What would have brought a massive cheer to the India camp, apart from Yuvraj Singh's blitzkrieg, is their bowlers' showing in the death overs.
Pakistan's dominance in the ongoing ODI series against India has surprised the country's former captain Zaheer Abbas, who feels the host team looks jaded after playing too much cricket.
The Ferozeshah Kotla was shut out to all forms of cricket for almost a month before this India-Pakistan tie to be played on January 6.
While India have been struggling to find a fifth bowler, Pakistan have the luxury of good part-time spinners in Mohammad Hafeez and Shoaib Malik. HT
India's series loss against Pakistan failed to lessen the enthusiasm of cricket-crazy fans, who braved a chilly morning and thronged the Feroze Shah Kotla stadium to watch the inconsequential third and final one-dayer between the two arch-rivals on Sunday.
Though Indian bowlers impressed on Sunday, with debutant Shami Ahmed, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Ravindra Jadeja bowling a disciplined line and length, it had a lot to do with the conditions too, reports Khurram Habib