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The VCA Stadium at Nagpur, which will host the first Test of the 2005-06 series between India and England, has witnessed many an outstanding performance.

 . Andy Flower (Zimbabwe) - 232 not out vs India, 2000-01: Zimbabwe, trailing by 227 runs, were forced to follow - on, and lost their four wickets with 166 runs on the board in the second innings. Then Andy Flower, the middle - order batsman and wicketkeeper, scored a match - saving 232 not out in 544 minutes and 444 balls. He cracked 30 boundaries and two sixes. It is the highest-ever individual score made by a wicketkeeper-batsman.

 . Sachin Tendulkar (India) - 201 not out vs Zimbabwe, 2000-01: It was the master blaster's second double - century in Tests. His innings lasted 392 minutes and 281 balls, included 27 fours and was the highlight of India's mammoth total of 609-6 declared. However, he was overcautious in the latter stages, and the movement of the innings slowed down considerably when aggression was the need of the hour.

 . Rahul Dravid (India) - 162 vs Zimbabwe, 2000-01: Dravid took his series aggregate to 432 before he was finally dismissed. He added 155 with Shiv Sunder Das and 249 with Sachin Tendulkar. It was their second double-century stand of the series and an Indian all - wicket record against Zimbabwe. Dravid occupied the crease for 402 minutes and faced 301 balls and hit 20 fours and a six.

 . Maninder Singh (India) - 10-107 vs Sri Lanka, 1986-87: The left-arm spinner completely mesmerized the opposition to return career - best figures of 7-51 and finished with ten wickets in a Test for the first time. Only the left - handed Romesh Ratnayeke, who batted for two hours and 50 minutes, and Duleep Mendis, who struck out boldly, provided resistance. Maninder shared the Man of the Match award with Dilip Vengsarkar.

 . Hedley Howarth (New Zealand) - 9-90 vs India, 1969-70: A left - arm slow bowler, he was New Zealand's leading spinner of the seventies. He returned figures of 5-34, his best-ever in a Test, in the second innings. His match analysis of 9-100 was the best by a New Zealander in India for over two decades. It helped his team to post a convincing victory by 167 runs.

 
 
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