The two batting stalwarts refused to be flustered even though the Indian score read 72-4 when they got together. With a mixture of sensible rotation of the strike and calculated hitting, Vengsarkar (34, 57 balls, three fours and the only six of the match) and Mohinder (51, 61 balls, five fours)(in pic) added 76 runs before the former suffered the mortification of finding himself short of the crease in the death overs. Kapil Dev then took over, hitting out to make a valuable 13 off 12 balls as India went on to end their innings at 170-7. Sarfraz Nawaz, the original guru of reverse swing bowling, was Pakistan`s most successful bowler with 3-34 from his eight overs. Getty Images
INDIA, NEW DELHI: Former Indian cricket captain of 1983 World Cup winning team Kapil Dev (L) addresses the gathering as his team mates Sunil Gavaskar (C) and Mohinder Amarnath (R) look on, during a function organised in New Delhi on June 25, 2008, to felicitate the 1983 Cricket World Cup winning team.