The God Of Cricket: Sachin Tendulkar

As the blind falls on a renowned and amazing vocation, where the sum total of what obstacles have been crossed, various accomplishments accomplished, and above all where the regard and love of a billion people has been picked up, he will be carved in the memory of every single cricket fan for no less than an age or two.

Sachin Tendulkar, first Indian cricketer nominated to the Rajya Sabha. In his early age achieved number of major achievements. The ‘Little Master’, was just 14 years old at the time of match between India & Zimbabwe. The position of the richest cricketer grabbed with a five year contract for Rs 31.5 crore with World Tel.

Sachin hold cricket bat first time at the age of 11. After 3 years in his school, at the age of 14, he built a record by scoring 326 out of world record stand of 664. This success brought him in the spotlight among all the Bombay boys. It was his first highlight in cricket world. After this he kept on creating records by his high scores.

In December, 1988, Sachin scored a century in domestic first-class debut for Bombay at the age of 15. After 11 months, in November, 1989, Sachin made an international debut for our country against Pakistan.

In August, in 1990, the 17-years old boy carried a match-saving 119 not out against England. This performance declared Sachin as the second youngest player, who recorded a century in a Test Play.

His leading scorer in World Cup (1996); made him the captain of Indian National Team.

He performed in World Cup 2003 at the top by scoring 673 runs in 11 matches and brought India to the final match. Here, Sachin grabbed ‘Man of the Tournament Award’ In 2007, Sachin completed 11,000 test runs and became the leading scorer. After that, he scored 493 runs in the Border Gavaskar Trophy 2007-08. In World Cup 2011, the final match was between India & Sri Lanka, where Sachin played at his top, and made 482 runs along with 2 centuries.

Highlights: Sachin owns the World Record for the highest scores in both Test Cricket & One day Internationals as well.

His Scores:

  • 15,921 runs & 51 centuries in Test Cricket.
  • 18,426 runs 7 49 centuries in One day internationals.
  • The 34,000 abnormal runs he has scored.

Sachin & Awards:

  • Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, India’s highest sporting award in 1997-98.
  • Sachin Tendulkar received India’s highest Civilian award Bharat Ratna in 2014 for his top contribution to India Cricket.

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