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    In pics: India-Pakistan ODI clashes down the years

    • Sachin Tendulkar consoles Shahid Afridi after eventual winners India beat Pakistan in the 2011 World Cup semifinal at Mohali. (Getty Images)

    • Anil Kumble celebrates Azhar Mahmood's wicket during a match in the 1999 World Cup in England. India won the match by 47 runs. (Getty Images)

    • Sourav Ganguly played several top innings against Pakistan. Here he plays a shot during his innings of 90 in a Singer Cup match in 1999 at Sharjah. India failed to reach the final. (Getty Images)

    • Sachin Tendulkar, at 16, made his ODI debut against Pakistan in 1989. Coincidentally, his last ODI also came against Pakistan in the Asia Cup earlier this year in Bangladesh. (Getty Images)

    • India captain Sunil Gavaskar celebrates with his team-mates following India's win against Pakistan in the 1985 World Championship final in Australia. (Getty Images)

    • Venkatesh Prasad celebrates Aamer Sohail's departure that paved the way for India's win in the 1996 World Cup quarterfinal. (Getty Images)

    • Sachin Tendulkar scored a brilliant 75-ball 98 to lead India to comfortable win in a 2003 World Cup match. Here Shoaib Akhtar celebrates the India batsman's wicket. (Getty Images)

    • India visited Pakistan after a long time in 2004 and won the ODI series 3-2. Here the entire team is celebrating their triumph. (Getty Images)

    • Sachin Tendulkar scored a brilliant 141 in the second ODI at Rawalpindi in 2004. Alas, chasing 330 to win, India fell short by 12 runs. (Getty Images)

    • The odd one out picture since it's an ODI gallery, but how could we ignore one of India's major triumphs in limited-overs cricket? Here Indian players celebrate their 2007 World T20 win vs Pakistan. (Getty Images)

    • One of the most exciting rivalries in India-Pakistan ODIs. Here Wasim Akram shows his frustration after failing against Sachin Tendulkar during a tri-series match in Australia in 2000. Tendulkar made 41 as India won by 48 runs. (Getty Images)

    • Imran Khan in action during a Nehru Cup match at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. India lost this match to the eventual winners by 77 runs as Imran hit a quick 47 down the order. (Getty Images)