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Indo-Pak Goodwill Match Ranji Trophy (Haryana vs Baroda) Second True Trophy Indo-Pak Veterans' Match 50th National Games First True Trophy
Indo-Pak Veterans' Match
This Cricket Stadium created history by hosting the first international match (Veteran Match) and that too, India vs Pakistan. The match attracted players like Saeed Anwar (Captain), Waqar Younis, Izaz Ahmad, Mushtaq Ahmad and Indian players included Saeed Kirmani (Captain), Madan Lal, Samir Dighe, Parveen Amre, Atul Wasan, et al.

The match was hosted to benefit the Shah Satnam Ji Asra Ashram for children. The match attracted a huge crowd to deluge the stadium. The 40 over match was very interesting and simultaneously backed by all the supporters, was won by India.
Sh.Jasmeet Singh (President - Shah Satnam Ji Cricket Stadium) flanked by Team Members Sh.Jasmeet Singh & Indo-Pak
Team Members
Indigenous Drinks Trolly for the parched lips
 
The match was inaugurated by His Holiness Hazoor Maharaj Sant Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji by tossing the coin. Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first. Pak was able to take up the score to 210 in 40 over with a scintillating inning of Shoaib Mohammad's 110 runs. India backfired with an interesting partnership of Atul Wasan and Samir Dighe and was able to turn the match in its favour through 48 special runs from the bat of Parveen Amre.
 
Sayeed Anwar interacting with announcer after receiving the Runner- up Trophy Sh.Jasmeet Singh Insaan Presting the Winners Trophy to Syed Kirmani under the pious presence of Guruji Sh. Jasmeet Singh Insaan President with all the guest of eminence for a memorable Snapshot
     
Pakistani Players were thrilled to take a round of the Fully verved-up Stadium after the match A near total view, too wide for the wide angle
Guruji interacting with the Pakistan Team players
     
 
After successful execution of first Tournament ‘The True Trophy’ Shah Satnam Ji Cricket Stadium unbelievingly organised its first international match - ‘The Indo-Pak Veteran Match’, only by the blessing & guidance of Hazoor Sant Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji, on 9th Dec. 2004 (In just around 3 months of stadium’s incorporation
 

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE MATCH

  • Hazoor Pitaji inaugurated the match by tossing the coin for both sides.
  • This was a ‘Benefit Match’ for the Orphans at Shah Satnam Ji Aasra Ashram.
  • The match was covered live by DD Sports.
  • Pakistan won the toss & captain Sayed Anwar elected to bat first.
  • Pakistan were 21/3 when Izaz Ahmed played a blitzkrieg inning of 52 runs (56 balls) with help of 6 fours.
  • Prime inning was played by Shoaib Mohammad who made a sensible century (110 runs) to set Pakistan score at 210 (40 overs)
  • Atul Wasan & Samir Dighe (41) opened the innings for India to give a good start.
  • Good Captaincy from Syed Anwar & extreme spin from Masood Anwar made India to totter at 111/5.
  • Wisden Cricketer of the Year 1992 - Waqar Younis also gave a blow to India in form of Sanjiv Sharma.
  • A strong 48 runs from Parveen Amre’s bat helped India to regain its form & win the match by 2 wickets.
 
          INDIA VS. PAKISTAN
Pakistan win the toss & elected to bat First (40 Overs)
Man of the Match - Atul wasan
 
Pakistan Veterans
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
G.Ali.
Ashraf
Aazam
Mansoor Akhtan
Ali Zia
S. Ali
Manzoor mahi
Rashid Latif
Mohsin Kamaal
Salim Jaffer
Naveed Anjum


c. sanjiv b. Razdan
c. Razdan b. wasan
c. Gursharan b. chouhan
N.O
b. v. Raju
N.O
dnb
dnb
dnb
dnb
dnb

60
18
30
75
4
29

64
23
42
55
15
33

8
3
3
7
0
2

0
1
0
2
0
0

Extra 17
 
 
 
 
Total (233/4 in 40 Overs)    
Bowling Over, Maiden, Runs, Wickets
Manoj Prabhakar b7-0-48-0, Atul Wasan 6-1-38-1, Sanjiv Sharma 5-0-24-0, Razdan 8-0-41-1, Rajesh Chouhan 8-0-35-1
 
India Veterans
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
M.Prabhakar
Atul Wasan
Surender Khanna
Gursharan Singh
Samir Dighe
Vijay yadav st.
Sanjiv Kirmani
Vivek Razdan
Sayeed Kirmani
Rajesh Chouhan
V.Raju


c.&b..Ali Zia
b. Manzoor Lilahi
c. Latif b. Zia
lbw b. Anjum
c&b. Mohsin
b. latif
N.O.
N.O.
dnb
dnb
dnb

29
68
35
7
13
31
26
14

46
46
31
17
19
23
22
9

3
11
0
0
0
3
1
2

0
2
0
0
0
1
0
0

Extra 17
 
 
 
 
Total (237/6 in 37.1 Overs)    
Bowling Over, Maiden, Runs, Wickets
Naveed Anjum 6-0-41-1, Salim Jaffer 5-0-43-0, Mohsin Kamaal 6-0-38-1, Manjoor lilahi 8-0-33-1, Mansoor Akhtar 2-0-16-0, Ali Zia 7-0-37-2, Ghulam Ali 1.1-0-8-0, Rashid Latif 2-0-12-1
 
 
 
 
 
 
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