Thank You Sachin Tendulkar

Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar announced his retirement on 16 November 2013 at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Sachin Tendulkar had informed the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on October 10, 2013, after playing the 200th Test, after which his 200th Test was held in Mumbai. Sachin Tendulkar finished his Test career in the West Indies. Against whom he scored 74 runs in the first innings. The Test match West Indies lost by an innings and 121 runs. Sachin retired from ODI cricket matches in December 2012, while retiring from T20 matches (IPL) in October 2013. Sports Mania wanted to say Thank You Sachin Tendulkar.

Thank you Sachin Tendulkar

Profile

Full Name: Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar
Father: Ramesh Tendulkar
Mother: Rajni Tendulkar
Birth: 24 April 1973
Place of Birth: Mumbai (Maharashtra)
Test debut: 15 November 1989 (against Pakistan) (National Stadium, Karachi (Pakistan)
One day debut: 18 December 1989 (against Pakistan) (Jinnah Stadium, Gujranwala, Pakistan)
Last Test Match: 14 November 2013 (against West Indies) Wankhede Stadium (Mumbai)
Last ODI Match: March 18, 2012 (against Pakistan) Shere Bangla Stadium, Mirpur (Bangladesh)
First team captaincy: 1996
Unsurpassed records: Sachin has collected 50 thousand runs including all formats of the game
The only player to score a thousand runs in a calendar year 6 times
100 centuries to be the only player in the world to take 200 wickets
68 Test Fifties Record
Also, set a world record of completing his century with 6 sixes

‘Master’ even outside the field

Sachin has adopted 200 orphans, whose entire expenses he pays.
When he started giving autographs, he did not disappoint any of the fans present there.
Once in Mohali, seeing his fan Sudhir Gautam shivering with cold, Sachin gave the entire kit.

Sachin also teaches a lot – Thank You Sachin Tendulkar

Surrender In 1999, two days after his father’s death, he played a World Cup match in England and scored a century.
In 1998, Sachin started practicing with Sivaramakrishnan’s balls long enough to face Shane Warne. It was only after this series that Warne started appearing in Sachin’s dream.

Sachin in the world cup

Matches: 45
Innings: 44
Undisputed: 04
Run: 2278
Highest score: 152 (against Namibia).
Average: 56.95
Century: 06
Half-century: 15
Man of the: 09
Match Man of the Tournament: 01
Wicket: 12
Catch: 08

A century against different countries

Country

 

Test ODI
Australia 11 09
Sri Lanka 09 08
South Africa 07 05
England 07 02
New Zealand 04 05
West Indies 03 04
Pakistan 02 05
Zimbabwe 03 05
Bangladesh 05 01

How many tests, how many runs against different countries

West Indies: Match 21 runs 1630
England: Match 32 runs 2535
Pakistan: Match 18 runs 1057
Bangladesh: Match 07 runs 820
Zimbabwe: Match 09 runs 918
Sri Lanka: Match 25 runs 1995
New Zealand: Match 24 runs 1595
South Africa: Match 25 runs 1741
Australia: Match 39 runs 3630

Sachin: A personality that is an era in itself

Sachin scored 34357 runs in 664 matches in international cricket.
Most Test Match Players – 200
Most centuries in Test matches-51
Most ODI centuries in ODIs – 96
Most runs in ODIs – 18426
Most centuries in 49 ODIs
Most ODI players with more than 50 runs in ODIs – 145 (49 centuries and 96 half-centuries)
Most ODI Players Played – 463
The first player to score 18000 runs in ODIs
Man of the match 62 times in ODIs
Man of the series 17 times in a one-day series
Best percentage to become ‘man of the match’ in ODIs
Most runs scored in World Cup -2278
Players who won most ‘man of the match’ titles in World Cup
Most runs in a World Cup – 673 (2003)
The first player to score 200 runs in ODIs
Players who score highest on 129 occasions in ODIs
The first player to complete a triangular series of 10000 runs, 100 wickets, and 100 catches.
The only player to score 175 runs or more in ODIs 3 times
The only player to score 150 or more runs in ODIs 5 times

Test career

Matches: 200
Total Runs: 15921
Batting average: 53.79
Century: 51
Half-century: 68
Highest Score: 248 Avijit (vs Bangladesh)
Wicket: 46
Bowling Average: 54.17
Best Bowling Performance: 3/10
Catch: 115

IPL / Champions League T20 Careers

Indian Premier League
Matches: 78
Run: 2334
High Score: 100
Century: 1
Half-century: 13

Champions league

Matches: 13
Run: 265
High Score: 69
Century: 0
Half-century: 01

One day career

Match: 463
Total Runs: 18426
Batting average: 44.83
Century: 49
The fifties: 96
Highest Score: 200 Avijit (Vs South Africa)
Wicket: 154
Bowling Average: 44.48
Best Bowling Performance: 5/32
Catch: 170

The only international T20 match

Sachin Tendulkar played his only international T20 match against South Africa on 1 December 2006 at New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg (South Africa). Sachin scored 10 runs in this match.

Sachin as captain

Test Match-25, Win-04, Lose-09, Undecided / Tie-12/0, Decision-0
One Day – Match – 73, Win – 23, Lose – 43, Undecided / Tie – 0/2, Not decided – 6

Century of centuries by Sachin on 16 March 2012

Completed his century. During the Asia Cup, Sachin set this record in the Mirpur ODI match. India lost to Bangladesh in this match.

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