New Delhi: Cricket fans across the world have been thoroughly entertained whenever India and Pakistan have been up against each other in any format.
Seveal on-field clashes have marked the renowned rivalry between these two teams.
In one of the ODIs in 1998, Sachin Tendulkar-led India were chasing a decent total of 265 runs against Pakistan.
Men in Blue were in dire straits after losing their fifth wicket at the score of 195.
Saba Karim and Robin Singh then rebuilt the innings with a 62-run stand for the sixth wicket.
By the end of the last over, Robin and Rajesh Chauhan were the two batsmen at the crease.
India needed eight runs to win off the final six balls to be bowled by Saqlain Mushtaq.
While the commentators wanted Chauhan to take a single to give the strike to Robin Singh, who was the set batsman, what the former did stunned not only the Pakistani fans, but his Indian team-mates as well.
Chauhan charged down the wicket off the first ball, connected a half-volley from Mushtaq over midwicket for a big six to release the pressure.
The duo then successfully scored the next two runs.
Watch Chauhan's amazing six here: