Gavaskar, Ramiz to relive excitement of 1985 B&H Championship

Sunil Gavaskar and Ramiz Raja will team up to relive the excitement of the 1985 Benson and Hedges World Championship finals between India and Pakistan. Two former captains and cricket analysts will go down the memory lane LIVE on Sony Picture Sports Network’s special show Sony Ten Pit Stop.

As a preview to the epic finals between the two neighboring countries in the 1985 B&H World Championship of Cricket, SPSN will host former captains and fellow commentators, Gavaskar and Ramiz LIVE on ‘Sony Ten Pit Stop’. The LIVE digital interactive session will take place on May 16 at 5.00 pm, only on Sony Sports official Facebook page, @SonySportsIndia.

The Blue Revolution series on Sony Pictures Sports Network (SPSN) has been engaging viewers with the best moments from the Indian cricket team’s victorious campaign of the 1985 B&H World Championship of Cricket.

SPSN will showcase the finals between India and Pakistan on  May 16 only on SONY SIX and SONY SIX HD channels from 8.30 pm (IST).

Sony Ten Pit Stop has already featured former cricketing legends like Ravi Shastri, Ian Chappell, Michael Holding and Madan Lal to speak on the glory days of 1985 B&H World Championship of Cricket. The World Championship of Cricket was a ‘mini’ World Cup played between seven teams: India, Australia, England, Pakistan, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and West Indies. As the tournament progressed, The Indian team was riding on an infectious wave of energy and Pakistan was eager to avenge their loss to India earlier in the tournament.

Fans can watch Gavaskar and Ramiz feature on Sony Ten Pit Stop on May 16 at 5.00 pm only on Sony Sports official Facebook page@SonySportsIndia.
Here are the details of the BLUE REVOLUTION, to be aired at 8:30 PM exclusively on SONY SIX and SONY SIX HD channels:
Date Match Result
15.05.2020 New Zealand v West Indies West Indies won by 86 wickets
16.05.2020 Final – Pakistan v India India won by 8 wickets





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