The long-awaited series that rewrote the record-books, kept millions on the edge of their seats, and revived the fierce sporting rivalry between India and Pakistan. The breaktaking Test series that thrilled cricket fans around the world in March and April 2004 will go down in history as one of the greatest ever.
The action is never far from fever pitch: witness Virender Sehwag's monumental 309 - the highest-ever Test score by an Indian; scintillating runs from Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, Inzaman-ul-Haq, Yuvraj Singh and Imran Farhat; crucial wickets from Irfan Pathan, Lakshmi Balaji, Umar Gul and Anil Kumble.
For India, victory in Pakistan was the moment the hype became reality, when individual brilliance culminated in team glory For Pakistan it was a see-saw of emotions - from the despair of Multan to the glory of Lahore - that first raised hopes and ultimately broke the hearts of a nation. And for the viewer - a feat of breathless, passionate, superb Test cricket.
All in all, an enthralling Series that produced more than a slice of history.