Sachin Tendulkar (rhb) 11 18
Rahul Dravid (rhb) 7 28
And that’s the end of the day’s play. India’s day without any doubt. New Zealand collapsed in the morning session before Sehwag and Gambhir pushed India ahead. Sehwag fell for an entertaining 96 and Gambhir, who hadn’t got a fifty in the last ten months before this knock, got to important personal landmark before he fell. Here is Sid Monga’s bulletin.
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Right, news from the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and it was Sebastian Vettel who scored a psychological advantage ahead of today’s all-important qualifying session, by setting the fastest time of the final session of free practice. Remember, you can follow all the action from the Qualifying session, that starts today at 1300 GMT on ESPN F1.
48.6 Martin to Dravid, no run, 131.8 kph, full in length outside off stump, driven to mid-off
48.5 Martin to Dravid, no run, 132.8 kph, kicks up outside off and Dravid adjusts by stabbing it to first slip. Couple of bounces before it reached Taylore
Michael Vaughan on twitter: “Sehwag is the best player in the world to watch these days…In all forms of the game he plays the same..brilliant.. Captains nightmare”
48.4 Martin to Dravid, no run, 129.6 kph, on the middle stump line, tapped to the on side