|Location||Swargate, Shukrawar Peth, Pune - 411002|
Tilak Road End|
Laxmi Road End
5 December 1984:|
India v England
3 November 2005:|
India v Sri Lanka
|As of 2 October 2008|
Nehru Stadium, formerly known as Club of Maharashtra Ground, is a multi-purpose stadium in Pune, India. It is mainly used for cricket matches. The stadium was built in 1969 and holds a capacity of 25,000.
The stadium has hosted 11 One Day International matches till date including two in the Cricket World Cup (1987 & 1996). The first ever ODI played on this ground was between India and England in 1984. The ground is yet to host a test match.
|Date||Team 1||Team 2||Results||Scorecard|
|5 December 1984||India||England||England won by 4 wickets||Scorecard|
|22 March 1987||India||Pakistan||Pakistan won by 6 wickets||Scorecard|
|30 October 1987||England||Sri Lanka||England won by 8 wickets||Scorecard|
|5 December 1990||India||Sri Lanka||India won by 6 wickets||Scorecard|
|25 March 1993||India||Zimbabwe||India won by 8 wickets||Scorecard|
|24 November 1995||India||New Zealand||India won by 5 wickets||Scorecard|
|29 February 1996||Kenya||West Indies||Kenya won by 73 runs||Scorecard|
|30 March 1999||India||Sri Lanka||India won by 51 runs||Scorecard|
|28 May 2001||India||Australia||Australia won by 8 wickets||Scorecard|
|3 November 2003||Australia||New Zealand||Australia won by 2 wickets||Scorecard|
|5 November 2005||India||Sri Lanka||India won by 4 wickets||Scorecard|
This stadium has hosted One Day International (ODI) matches when India hosted the Cricket World Cup.
30 October 1987
218/7 (50 overs)
219/2 (41.2 overs)
166 (49.3 overs)
93 (35.2 overs)
The leading run scorers here have been Mike Gatting- 161 runs, Mark Waugh- 133 runs and Chris Cairns- 130 runs. The leading wicket takers here have been Ajit Agarkar- 8 wickets, Kapil Dev, Javagal Srinath and Brad Williams- 5 wickets.
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