Indian cricket team had toured Pakistan to play a series of 3 ODIs in 1997. India were led by Sachin Tendulkar & Pakistani captain was Saeed Anwar. India lost the 1st ODI. In the 2nd ODI at Karachi, Pakistan won the toss & elected to bat first. On what seemed a batting friendly track they posted 265/4 in 47.2 overs when a hostile crowd started throwing stones at Indian fielders near the boundary ropes. This triggered the Indian captain Sachin Tendulkar to have a word with umpires regarding the security of his team. So the innings ended there with 19 minutes of delay & India were given the target of 266 runs in 47 overs. As it was a must win clash having lost the 1st match, Sourav Ganguly guided India towards a memorable victory in Pakistan's own backyard. The Prince of Kolkata first stitched a solid 71 run stand with our captain Master Blaster & then wrapped up another 50 plus score against the traditional rivals. Ganguly made 89 runs off 96 balls. Despite losing Mohammad Azharuddin and Ajay Jadeja, India crossed the finish line with the help of Saba Karim & Robin Singh who jointly contributed 62 to take the visitors past the finish line. But the unforgettable moment was when Rajesh Chauhan hit a six off Saqlain Mushtaq in the final over of the match. And right after that six, Geoffrey Boycott (who is famous for his no holds barred criticism) in the commentary box said "The crowd is stunned" in his typical Yorkshire accent. A match unforgettable even after 23 years. Rajesh Chauhan is most remembered for that Six even today.