October 18, 2013, 6:29 pm
October 18, 1969. On Day Three of the third Test match at Hyderabad, New Zealand bowled out India for a paltry score of 89. This was amidst the drama where India batted on the wicket, which was uncut for three days. India managed to save the Test eventually by a whisker thanks to rain. Sarang Bhalerao revisits the 1969 Hyderabad Test, which was marred by riots after a young fan, who ran onto the field, was injured by a soldier.