Magnificent Moments of Pakistan vs India Test Series 1978-79

In this memorable picture, you can see Sunil Gavaskar is out caught cheaply for five, by Majid Khan in the first slip-off fast-medium bowler Saleem Altaf Pakistan vs India Test Series 1978-79. This was the second Test match between Pakistan and India at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium in October 1978. As cricketing resumed, ties between these two neighboring nations resumed after a gap of 18 years.
The first Test match at Faisalabad had ended in a draw, making it 13 such results in a row in Pakistan-India Test Encounters. Other players in this image are batsman Chetan Chauhan, Pakistani fielders Mudassar Nazar (left), and keeper Wasim Bari. The umpire seen is Mahboob Shah. India was bowled out for 199 and Pakistan gained the first-inning lead of 340.
Although India scored 465 in the second inning and set a modest target,. Pakistan raced to an eight-wicket win, and a new chapter of positive Pakistan-India ties had begun. So, relive the glorious moments of cricketing past, a picture with historic significance between two countries. This is indeed an unforgettable moment of the Pakistan vs India Test Series 1978-79.
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