Indian cricket team in Pakistan in 1989–90
The India national cricket team toured the Pakistan during the 1989–90 cricket season. India played four Test matches and four One Day International matches between November 15 and December 22,1989, against the Pakistan cricket team, with the Test series drawn 0–0 and Pakistan winning the ODI series 2–0. The series marked the international debut of Sachin Tendulkar and Waqar Younis.
|Indians in Pakistan in 1989-90|
|Dates||10 November 1989 – 16 December 1989|
|Captains||K Srikkanth||Imran Khan|
|Result||4-match series drawn 0–0|
|Most runs||Sanjay Manjrekar (218)||Shoaib Mohammad (203)|
|Most wickets||Manoj Prabhakar (16)||Wasim Akram (18)|
|One Day International series|
|Results||Pakistan won the 4-match series 2–0|
|Most runs||K Srikkanth (48)||Saeed Anwar (49)|
Imran Khan (5)|
Aaqib Javed (5)
|Manoj Prabhakar (5)|
15–20 November 1989
23–28 November 1989
- Pakistan won the toss and decided to field
1–6 December 1989
- India won the toss and decided to bat
One Day Internationals (ODIs)Edit
Pakistan won the Wills Challenge 2-0, with one no result and one match abandoned.
18 December 1989
87/9 (16 overs)
80/9 (16 overs)
20 December 1989
28/3 (14.3 overs)
- India won the toss and elected to field.
- Match abandoned due to crowd disruption.
- "Two legends make their entrance". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 20 November 2018.