Fans have casted a ballot Pakistan’s 12-run prevail upon India at Chennai in 1999 test as the group’s most prominent game match to date in the nation’s 432-Test history, as per an official statement issued by the Pakistan Cricket Board on Monday.

The Test was played from January 28 to 31 with Pakistan returning from behind to win consecutive diversions on the Indian soil. This begin as 1999 test match and become an iconic match.

From July 26 to 29, PCB ran a survey with respect to Pakistan’s most noteworthy Test win on its authority Facebook page and Twitter handle in which 15,847 fans cast their votes.


A staggering 65 percent of votes went to the 1999 Chennai Test, while the 1987 Bangalore Test, the 1954 Oval Test and the 1994 Karachi Test got 15pc, 11pc and 10pc votes, separately.

Saqlain Mushtaq in sajdah in the wake of taking a wicket. — Photo politeness ESPN cricinfo

As per the PCB public statement, the survey got about 109,000 impacts on Twitter and came to of 1.02 million clients on Facebook. The activity was propelled to praise the dispatch of the World Test Championship, which will happen in England today.

The World Test Championship, which starts with the Ashes arrangement, will see the nine top-positioned sides on the planet contend in the competition, with each side playing six arrangement on a home-and-away premise against commonly chosen rivals in the two-year cycle. The best two groups will play the last in June 2021.