Pak needs 112 runs more to avert follow-on
Published: Friday, April 9, 2004, 21:55 [IST]
Multan:Sachin Tendulkar bowled Moin Khan through his legs off the day's last ball to strengthen India's grip over the first Test leaving Pakistan six wickets down for 364 and still requiring 112 runs to avoid a follow-on.
It was a toiling day for India's bowlers on an unhelpful wicket, totally committed to batsmen, but they worked hard to leave the home side vulnerable at the end of third day's play.
If India is able to force a follow-on, it will have a good chance to win a Test in Pakistan for the first time.