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   Monday, 20 January, 2003, 12:53 GMT
Ganguly attracted criticism despite a gritty 80 in the final match India laments familiar story
The Indian media labels its cricketers 'chokers' after victory in Bombay helps England draw the one-day series 3-3.
Nasser Hussain praise the efforts of his team-mates after they squared the one-day series against India Hussain lauds England progress
England captain Nasser Hussain praises the resilience of his side after they end their Indian tour on a high note.
Flintoff came through under pressure with both bat and ball Flintoff leads England to victory
Andrew Flintoff stars with bat and ball in a thrilling five-run victory in Bombay to tie the one-day series with India.
Looking the world's best in the eye
BBC cricket reporter Pat Murphy assesses England's improvement since their arrival in India in November.
Mixed feelings for skippers
BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew reflects on a memorable England victory in Bombay.
Knight's patience pays off
Nick Knight is delighted as he ends a four-year wait for a one-day century by helping England to victory in Delhi.
England win Delhi thriller
Ashley Giles follows Nick Knight's 105 with five wickets as England beat India by two runs in the fifth one-day international.
India power to crushing win
Supreme batting from Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar gives India an easy win against England.
Kumble leads India to victory
Anil Kumble is victorious in his first match as captain as India complete a four-wicket win over England in Madras.
England make hard work of win
India's lower order almost snatches victory in Cuttack, but England eventually secure a 16-run win to tie the one-day series.
India overcome Trescothick ton
Marcus Trescothick's century is in vain as India defeat England by 22 runs in the opening one-day international.
The busy winter schedule
Full results for England's tours to Zimbabwe, India and New Zealand 2001-02.
England player ratings
BBC Sport cricket reporter Pat Murphy marks the performances of England's squad in India.
Rain ends England's series
India secure a 1-0 series victory over England after rain wipes out the final day's play of the third Test.
Hussain praises exceptional effort
England captain Nasser Hussain salutes the way his team responded in the drawn second Test with India.
India hold out for draw
England fail to level the series as India hold firm for a draw in the second Test at Ahmedabad.
Dawson seizes chance
BBC Sport Online reflects on an encouraging display by young England off-spinner Richard Dawson in his first bowl in Test cricket.
Kumble's six sinks England
Spinner Anil Kumble takes six wickets as India stroll to a 10-wicket first Test victory over England at Mohali.
Gavaskar pulls no punches
Sunil Gavaskar was one of the greatest batsmen of all time - now he is building a reputation as cricket's toughest pundit.
England's bare necessity
BBC Sport Online looks at the latest incarnation in the career of England's biggest character, Andrew Flintoff.
Gough joins the centurions
BBC Online takes a look at the most capped men in the one-day game as England's Darren Gough joins the 100 club.
Collingwood's rapid rise
England' Paul Collingwood reflects on his rise through the international ranks ahead of the final one-day international against India.
Strength in depth
BBC Sport Online's Thrasy Petropoulos says England's one-day squad is better equipped than some might think.
Fighting the fatigue
BBC cricket reporter Pat Murphy on England's non-stop schedule as they travel around India fore the one-day series.

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