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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    Current status:


    ODI Runs-

    Tendulkar: 18426
    ABD - 8045
    Kohli - 6586



    Test runs-

    Tendulkar - 15921
    Cook - 9330
    ABD - 7606
    Amla - 6770


    Test 100s-

    Tendulkar - 51
    Cook - 27
    ABD - 21


    ODI 100s


    Tendulkar - 49
    Kohli - 22
    Amla - 21
    ABD - 20
    Cook has a chance in Test runs.

    In ODI it looks unlikely anyone to beat Tendulkar.

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    Cookie is getting near.

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    Another good knock from Cook. He's getting close.


    Young Root is showing promise as well and might keep the thread alive for another 10 years.

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    I don't know about catching up but Hashim Amla's strokeplay today reminded me a lot of Sachin. Pure class.

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    de Kock could break Sachin's ODI records. He's only 22 and has nearly 2000 ODI runs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    de Kock could break Sachin's ODI records. He's only 22 and has nearly 2000 ODI runs.
    That could happen if he were to play against India six months an year. Not otherwise.


    "This one doesn't take the cake, it takes the bakery" - Gavaskar

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndianWillow View Post
    That could happen if he were to play against India six months an year. Not otherwise.
    You're suggest he's literally a ****** against other opponents?

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    Catch Sachin in what terms?

    Absolutes numbers of Runs, centuries, number of wins, number of losses? Apart from number of wins the rest are next to impossible.

    Average and success is possible and has already been breached.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slog View Post
    Catch Sachin in what terms?

    Absolutes numbers of Runs, centuries, number of wins, number of losses? Apart from number of wins the rest are next to impossible.

    Average and success is possible and has already been breached.
    Not impossible because already done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    You're suggest he's literally a ****** against other opponents?
    He averages 27 (over a 28 match sample, so it is not a very small sample) if you exclude minnows, India and SL. Based on this evidence, he has no chance of catching up with Sachin in any manner unless he plays mostly against India and minnows. Of course, if his game improves against other teams in future then we are talking of a different guy.


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    Kohli is half way there in ODI hundreds now.


    25 more to go. Easy peasy!

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    ^^

    Miyan tum baaz nahi aaogey trolling se haan?
    Last thread bana ke tassalli na mili tanney?

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    Cook has 10,000 runs.
    '

    6k more to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    Cook has 10,000 runs.
    That's it?

    You'd think going by the threads that have historically spawned here that he was one Yousuf calendar year away from breaking the Chosen One's legacy.

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    Sachin Tendulkar wishes childhood coach Ramakant Achrekar on Guru Purnima



    Legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar on Friday wished Ramakant Achrekar, who was his childhood coach, on the auspicious occasion of Guru Purnima and took his blessings

    Tendulkar posted two photographs where he and Atul Ranade can be seen taking blessings from Achrekar. He captioned the photos: “Today, #GuruPurnima, is the day we remember those who have taught us to be better versions of ourselves. Achrekar Sir, I couldn’t have done all this without you. Don’t forget to thank your gurus and take their blessings. #AtulRanade and I just did.”





    Sachin was introduced to the great coach by his elder brother, Ajit at Shivaji Park. The meeting proved to be a permanent one with Achrekar Sir and Sachin Tendulkar epitomising the age-old guru-shishya relations. From taking a young Tendulkar to various venues across the city to get him enough practice to rewarding him with money to gorge on a famous snack, vada pav for good performance, Achrekar Sir shaped Tendulkar to become the God of Cricket.

    The famous cricket coach is the recipient of prestigious awards in India – Padma Shri (country’s fourth highest civilian award) in 2010 and Dronacharya Award (for Outstanding Coaches in Sports and Games) in 1990.

    Tendulkar, who made his international debut at the young age of 16 against Pakistan in Karachi, went on to become a legend of the sport. The right-handed batsman played 200 Test matches for India in which he scored 15,921 runs at a stupendous average of 53.78. He played 463 ODIs in which he amassed 18, 426 runs at an average of 44.83. He scored 100 international centuries (51 in Tests and 49 in ODIs). He also became the first man to score 200 runs in ODIs.


    Link: http://www.india.com/sports/sachin-t...hotos-3190610/


    If there is a better batsman than Sachin then he hasn't arrived yet: Viv Richards

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    Great people.

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    Unfortunately, his coach is disabled and can't speak.


    If there is a better batsman than Sachin then he hasn't arrived yet: Viv Richards

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    SRT is pure class.

    Never forgot where he came from. Beautiful gesture by Sachin!

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    The man who reached the top of world cricket and never forgot his roots.

    His genuine good hearted nature is what separates him from mere mortals.

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    Great gesture from SRT. Legend!


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    Pure class. What a legend. This is why he'll always remain as the greatest player to ever walk on cricket field.

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    So does he do this every year? Or is it especial year or something. Very kind of him nice gesture.

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    Who is Atul Ranade?

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    In terms of pure batting ability, there is no equal.

    It is worth noting that of all the great modern day batsmen, Tendulkar has been the least impressive athlete and i firmly believe that is the only reason why a lot of those batsmen have been able to catch him little bit close.

    You talk about Lara, Ponting, Kohli, Kallis, Sangakkara, Dravid, Smith. All these guys have been much better athletes than Sachin. Someone like Inzamam might not have been fit but he made up for it with his height and strength. He was a big man and had a very impressive power game. Could defend defend and then launch big hits when needed

    Sachin held his own purely for his batting genius. Watching him bat was a sheer joy for as long as he had strong wrists/elbow supporting his supremely timed strokes with power. When he lost that, for 4-5 years it was pain for his biggest fans like em to watch him bat because we remembered a different Sachin who smashed the best bowling attacks apart with minimum effort. From 2008-2011 wc his peak fitness returned and not surprisingly he climbed to the top of the mountain with ease once again. How many cricketers or sporstmen in the game have climbed t the top 19-20 years into their career?

    Virat Kohli has maximized his batting talent by taking his fitness level to the next level.

    If Tendulkar was an athlete even as good as Lara, let alone Kohli he would have been in an untouchable territory right now, not that he is not there already, but would have taken him even far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    In terms of pure batting ability, there is no equal.

    It is worth noting that of all the great modern day batsmen, Tendulkar has been the least impressive athlete and i firmly believe that is the only reason why a lot of those batsmen have been able to catch him little bit close.

    You talk about Lara, Ponting, Kohli, Kallis, Sangakkara, Dravid, Smith. All these guys have been much better athletes than Sachin. Someone like Inzamam might not have been fit but he made up for it with his height and strength. He was a big man and had a very impressive power game. Could defend defend and then launch big hits when needed

    Sachin held his own purely for his batting genius. Watching him bat was a sheer joy for as long as he had strong wrists/elbow supporting his supremely timed strokes with power. When he lost that, for 4-5 years it was pain for his biggest fans like em to watch him bat because we remembered a different Sachin who smashed the best bowling attacks apart with minimum effort. From 2008-2011 wc his peak fitness returned and not surprisingly he climbed to the top of the mountain with ease once again. How many cricketers or sporstmen in the game have climbed t the top 19-20 years into their career?

    Virat Kohli has maximized his batting talent by taking his fitness level to the next level.

    If Tendulkar was an athlete even as good as Lara, let alone Kohli he would have been in an untouchable territory right now, not that he is not there already, but would have taken him even far.


    1999 Chennai test hundred vs Pakistan & 2003 WC centurion knock again vs Pakistan are classical examples of how Tendulkar's poor fitness hampered him on occasions he had literally hit *God mode*.

    During both the knocks, Tendulkar was batting like a superhuman but his body gave up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    1999 Chennai test hundred vs Pakistan & 2003 WC centurion knock again vs Pakistan are classical examples of how Tendulkar's poor fitness hampered him on occasions he had literally hit *God mode*.

    During both the knocks, Tendulkar was batting like a superhuman but his body gave up.
    I think it is an excellent point. Kohli’s fitness is just the next level which has helped him go on and on and on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    1999 Chennai test hundred vs Pakistan & 2003 WC centurion knock again vs Pakistan are classical examples of how Tendulkar's poor fitness hampered him on occasions he had literally hit *God mode*.

    During both the knocks, Tendulkar was batting like a superhuman but his body gave up.
    Would his extra-heavy bat have anything to do with his fitness and tennis elbow issues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    1999 Chennai test hundred vs Pakistan & 2003 WC centurion knock again vs Pakistan are classical examples of how Tendulkar's poor fitness hampered him on occasions he had literally hit *God mode*.

    During both the knocks, Tendulkar was batting like a superhuman but his body gave up.
    Meh two exceptions of things which can happen in hitter weather. Kohli is definitely fitter than sachin but sachin had made a record of most matches without an injury break in his time


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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    In terms of pure batting ability, there is no equal.

    It is worth noting that of all the great modern day batsmen, Tendulkar has been the least impressive athlete and i firmly believe that is the only reason why a lot of those batsmen have been able to catch him little bit close.

    You talk about Lara, Ponting, Kohli, Kallis, Sangakkara, Dravid, Smith. All these guys have been much better athletes than Sachin. Someone like Inzamam might not have been fit but he made up for it with his height and strength. He was a big man and had a very impressive power game. Could defend defend and then launch big hits when needed

    Sachin held his own purely for his batting genius. Watching him bat was a sheer joy for as long as he had strong wrists/elbow supporting his supremely timed strokes with power. When he lost that, for 4-5 years it was pain for his biggest fans like em to watch him bat because we remembered a different Sachin who smashed the best bowling attacks apart with minimum effort. From 2008-2011 wc his peak fitness returned and not surprisingly he climbed to the top of the mountain with ease once again. How many cricketers or sporstmen in the game have climbed t the top 19-20 years into their career?

    Virat Kohli has maximized his batting talent by taking his fitness level to the next level.

    If Tendulkar was an athlete even as good as Lara, let alone Kohli he would have been in an untouchable territory right now, not that he is not there already, but would have taken him even far.
    What makes you think sachin was not as good an athlete as others except maybe kohli m? He set the record of most matches without injury break and his longevity is a testimony to his fitness. Tennis elbow or cramps are no measure for fitness and can happen to the fittest


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    Quote Originally Posted by Oligochaetes View Post
    Would his extra-heavy bat have anything to do with his fitness and tennis elbow issues?
    Heavy bat - No
    Tennis elbow - Definitely Yes
    Back issue also hampered him during many big knocks

    Why did he stop bowling? He was a gifted part time spinner who in his early days bowled regularly , even some famous last overs in crunch matches. I think he won India a game with the ball vs South Africa defending mere 4 runs in the last over. I hardly remember any Indian bowlers defending <6 runs in last overs.

    Literally every top cricketer is miles ahead of Sachin in terms of strength and fitness.

    Tendulkar was simply a batting genius who with his sincerity and focus maximized his achievements.

    You'd have to be an absolute freak to debut with centuries in first class cricket at the age of 14 and be hitting international circuit at the age of 16.

    Some stories mention he might have been selected for tour of West Indies in 1988/89 at 15/16.

    I wonder where Kohli would have been today if he had Tendulkar's batting genius. Given his formidable fitness levels he'd have really destructive.

    I vividly remember how Tendulkar took apart Donald & co in 1996 in RSA, Waqar & co in Chennai test, Warne on the 1998 tour and most famously deploying the upper cuts to match fire with fire in Bloemfontein in South Africa in 2001. Kohli's hit runs in bulk but in isolation he's not yet taken great bowling attacks apart in a way Tendulkar did on quite a few occasions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indiafan View Post
    What makes you think sachin was not as good an athlete as others except maybe kohli m? He set the record of most matches without injury break and his longevity is a testimony to his fitness. Tennis elbow or cramps are no measure for fitness and can happen to the fittest
    I know where you're coming from. This is not to put Sachin down in terms of his commitment to fitness. 24 years of international cricket is a tribute to his commitment to training and travelling non stop. I'm referring more to athleticism. Being match fit is fine but he doesn't match up to most other greats in terms of speed, strength, endurance etc and that certainly came in way of him being even better. He's already the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indiafan View Post
    Meh two exceptions of things which can happen in hitter weather. Kohli is definitely fitter than sachin but sachin had made a record of most matches without an injury break in his time
    Not to mention he was one of the better fielders in the team even in his late 30s.


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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    I know where you're coming from. This is not to put Sachin down in terms of his commitment to fitness. 24 years of international cricket is a tribute to his commitment to training and travelling non stop. I'm referring more to athleticism. Being match fit is fine but he doesn't match up to most other greats in terms of speed, strength, endurance etc and that certainly came in way of him being even better. He's already the best.
    Kohli is physically fitter sure but how is tendulkar any worse. Tendulkar was never ever considered a poor fielder or ever faced any running between wickets issue, I don't know the stats but I am certain tendulkar did not drop as many catches in his career as Kohli has already dropped. What good is your six pack and jumping around if you can't do the basics and it costs your team dearly.

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    The parallels between Sachin and Federer are striking.

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    Sydney - Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar is suing an Australian sporting goods manufacturer for allegedly failing to pay him millions of dollars under an exclusive licensing agreement, his lawyers said on Thursday.

    Tendulkar entered into a worldwide exclusive sponsorship agreement with the Spartan Sports group in 2016 to promote Spartan's sporting goods and sportswear.

    The lawsuit filed with the Federal Circuit Court in Sydney alleges Spartan failed to pay the cricketer royalties and endorsement fees and continued to use his name and image even after he terminated the agreement.


    In addition to allowing Spartan to use Tendulkar's name and image on cricket bats and other goods, the cricketer attended promotional events for Spartan in Mumbai and London, the Sydney law firm Gilbert and Tobin said in a statement.

    Gilbert and Tobin partner Siabon Seet said Tendulkar was claiming "substantial damages" against Spartan and its directors for breach of contract and misleading and deceptive conduct.

    The suit also demands the cancellation of trademarks featuring Tendulkar's silhouette registered by one of the Spartan group companies.

    The statement did not provide a figure for damages sought, but Australian media reports said Spartan, which went into liquidation last year, failed to pay US$2 million owed under the two-year agreement.

    "Mr Tendulkar has made every effort possible to try to resolve this dispute with Spartan before filing his case," Seet said.

    "Spartan did not take his concerns seriously and continued to use his name and likeness without his authority. Mr Tendulkar had no alternative but to take legal action."

    The case is due to go to trial later this year or early next year, the law firm said.

    https://www.sport24.co.za/Cricket/Cr...-deal-20190627


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    Missing the great man.

    Had he come out yesterday, e would have ether been out on first few overs trying to counter attack or he would have smashed England to all corners on that mediocre ground.

    7 (8) or 130 (110)

    India missed a player of his caliber and determination yesterday. Kohli clearly is no Sachin.

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    330 yesterday was what 270 was in 2003. Tendulkar came out all guns blazing against a much better Pakistani attack.

    Tendulkar would have taken Woakes to the cleaners

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    330 yesterday was what 270 was in 2003. Tendulkar came out all guns blazing against a much better Pakistani attack.

    Tendulkar would have taken Woakes to the cleaners
    Oh bhaiya,
    Tendulkar is great but please don't act as if he was a bigger matchwinner than kohli, we have seen enough of both to judge.
    There are umpteen no. Of matches in which sachin played with an abysmal str rate chasing a lengthy score.
    Kohlis chasing abilities are on a different level.
    Kohli once made 183 chasing 300+ against pak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeteshssaxena View Post
    Oh bhaiya,
    Tendulkar is great but please don't act as if he was a bigger matchwinner than kohli, we have seen enough of both to judge.
    There are umpteen no. Of matches in which sachin played with an abysmal str rate chasing a lengthy score.
    Kohlis chasing abilities are on a different level.
    Kohli once made 183 chasing 300+ against pak.
    What is Kohli’s World Cup record in comparison to Sachin’s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    330 yesterday was what 270 was in 2003. Tendulkar came out all guns blazing against a much better Pakistani attack.

    Tendulkar would have taken Woakes to the cleaners
    That 98 was a legendry knock۔۔

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeteshssaxena View Post
    Oh bhaiya,
    Tendulkar is great but please don't act as if he was a bigger matchwinner than kohli, we have seen enough of both to judge.
    There are umpteen no. Of matches in which sachin played with an abysmal str rate chasing a lengthy score.
    Kohlis chasing abilities are on a different level.
    Kohli once made 183 chasing 300+ against pak.

    yeah Kohli can score all these in bilaterals, but he has yet to prove a lot
    in world cups. Yesterday was a golden oppertunity but he wasted. He would do a lot of benefit to himself by even stripping himself of captaincy if he can redeem that 'master chaser' with in him in world cups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    What is Kohli’s World Cup record in comparison to Sachin’s?
    By the time he plays his last world cup he will have a terrific record.
    You are completely forgetting that sacgin doesn't have many centuries against top class sides in world cup, n the other hand kohli got no minnows to bash in this world cup.

    What is sachins 4th innings revord in tests compared to kohli? But still we believe sachin is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    Missing the great man.

    Had he come out yesterday, e would have ether been out on first few overs trying to counter attack or he would have smashed England to all corners on that mediocre ground.

    7 (8) or 130 (110)

    India missed a player of his caliber and determination yesterday. Kohli clearly is no Sachin.
    spot on .. this is where Sachin was sooo good at. while he was at the crease he would almost always ensure the team was in the game in big tournaments. Unfortunately that is missing a lot in Kohli

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    Quote Originally Posted by satheesh View Post
    spot on .. this is where Sachin was sooo good at. while he was at the crease he would almost always ensure the team was in the game in big tournaments. Unfortunately that is missing a lot in Kohli
    Tendulkar has a long list of failures in big tournaments. How about his 1999 WC campaign for example? 2007 WC? Both the finals in 2003 and 2011?

    Tendulkar fans need to move on. Can't believe they are picking on a batsman who has just scored 5 back to back fifties.

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    Besides Kohli has the extra burden of captaincy which SRT was rubbish at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dead Ball View Post
    Tendulkar has a long list of failures in big tournaments. How about his 1999 WC campaign for example? 2007 WC? Both the finals in 2003 and 2011?

    Tendulkar fans need to move on. Can't believe they are picking on a batsman who has just scored 5 back to back fifties.
    I see only one guy ..lol

    Yea... Kohli is statistically better than Sachin in ODI's. He might even surpass Sachin's stats in tests too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    330 yesterday was what 270 was in 2003. Tendulkar came out all guns blazing against a much better Pakistani attack.

    Tendulkar would have taken Woakes to the cleaners
    Even if our bowlers were not at their peak; that was an hell of a good innings. Maybe Sachin's best along with the centuries against Aussies in UAE (was hitting the ball so cleanly).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeteshssaxena View Post
    By the time he plays his last world cup he will have a terrific record.
    You are completely forgetting that sacgin doesn't have many centuries against top class sides in world cup, n the other hand kohli got no minnows to bash in this world cup.

    What is sachins 4th innings revord in tests compared to kohli? But still we believe sachin is better.
    Century is merely a number without context . Nobody is criticising Kohli for nt scoring World Cup centuries but for the lack of impact he’s had.

    Your bias against Sachin is clearly visible. You are counting on Kohli eventually coming good but totally ignoring Tendulkar has 6 centuries and a lot of high impact 80d and 90s to his name.

    That 98 Tendulkar hit against Pakistan is ten times the Kohli - Sri Lanka knock you keep talking about. World cups are a different ball game altogether. He smashed Akhtar out of the attack in one over only.

    Tendulkar’s dominated 3 world cups. Kohli’s nt has one great World Cup yet and he’s into his 3rd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dead Ball View Post
    Tendulkar has a long list of failures in big tournaments. How about his 1999 WC campaign for example? 2007 WC? Both the finals in 2003 and 2011?

    Tendulkar fans need to move on. Can't believe they are picking on a batsman who has just scored 5 back to back fifties.
    you are picking his failures only.There are several clutch knocks of his in big tournaments too.

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    Forgot count of how many team meetings were held to discuss Sachin Tendulkar: Nasser Hussain

    Former England captain Nasser Hussain on Saturday said Sachin Tendulkar and his "magnificent technique" would force his team to have many meetings merely to discuss strategy to dismiss the Indian batting great.

    Tendulkar dominated Indian cricket for over two decades before retiring in 2013 as the holder of many batting records, including highest run-getter in Test and ODI format and most number of international centuries.

    "Overall when I talk about all-time batsmen, Sachin Tendulkar had a magnificent technique. When I was England skipper, I cannot remember how many team meetings we used to have just to discuss how to get Tendulkar out," Hussain recalled.

    He was speaking to Ian Bishop and Elma Smit in the latest episode of ICC podcast titled 'Cricket Inside Out'.

    Hussain added, "For me, the technique is getting runs in all parts of the world, and I like someone who plays with soft hands and lets the ball come to him.

    "Kane Williamson for me has a very good technique in the current era, he plays the ball late with soft hands.

    "As a result of T20 cricket, players in the modern game play with hard hands, Williamson can play all three formats and can adapt his game to each."


    Bishop also said that Tendulkar was the most difficult batsman he ever bowled to in his career.

    "Sachin Tendulkar is one of the most difficult batsmen to whom I have bowled in my career. He always used to hit in the straight lines," Bishop said.
    Link: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...w/76788090.cms


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    A truly iconic cricketer of the modern era. Most cricketers don't even have a 18 years career because they don't remain good enough for that long or don't have the passion and fitness to play the game that long.

    In Sachin's case, he had a 18 years long period(1992-2010) when he was at peak of his power and even during that time, he suffered a couple of years due to tennis elbow injury.

    I am afraid but none of his contemporaries can match him when you talk on overall front across both formats.

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    Indians from the 1990s, kids and elders all have an emotional bonding with Sachin that cannot be described in words.

    We are immensely proud that Sachin represented Indian cricket during our mediocre days.

    Players will come and go, but this man made a permanent in place in our hearts.

    Love you Sachin paaji.

    Live long. Live healthy.

    Continue to inspire!


    It was a touching moment when Kohli realized Sachin was in the ground during 2016 T20 WC match with Pakistan and acknowledged the legends presence. All of Kohli's runs aside, that was the dah I realized how much Indian cricket means to Kohli have respected him since then

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    That retirement speech man!!!

    As if we weren't sad enough, Tendulkar brought tears in them eyes with that final speech.

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    The debate with Sachin is between stats vs emotions (experience)

    Other than longevity, Sachin stats is not stand out quality. Great modern days batsman today have 50+ average. Most young people who have never seen Sachin play, will call Kohli a greater player due to his superior stats

    Yet, SaChin had the aura, emotions that united a entire country. He was the top thing in the country, whereas Kohli is just one of the top things.

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    It’s a well-documented fact that India legend Sachin Tendulkar made his official international debut against arch-rivals Pakistan in 1989 in Karachi. But very few people are aware of the fact that Tendulkar first got the taste of international cricket when he rubbed shoulders with some renowned names during a festival match. However, the real catch was – Tendulkar, back-then the young prodigy, took the field for a Pakistan team that was playing against India at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai.

    The 47-year-old recalled the incident in his autobiography ‘Playing It My Way’ of taking the field for Pakistan two years before his India debut in 1987. The India legend also wonders whether the then-Pakistan captain Imran Khan remembers employing him in the field.

    “I don’t know whether Imran Khan remembers this or has any idea that I once fielded for his Pakistan team,” writes Tendulkar.

    The Master Blaster further recalls that Pakistan cricketers Javed Miandad and Abdul Qadir had left the field during the lunch break. As the standby fielder, Sachin was asked to field for the visiting team.

    Tendulkar also mentioned one incident on how he nearly caught Kapil Dev out in the match, but couldn’t get to the ball despite running a long way. He explained that if he had been placed at mid-on rather than long-on, he could have taken part in a dismissal for Pakistan.

    The throwback incident shows Tendulkar’s competitive nature and passion for the game. He didn’t care about what team he was playing for, all he wanted to do was give his hundred per cent for the side he’s playing for.

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    In 1987, Sachin would have been 14 or 15.

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    Remember this story, really cool
    Can’t imagine it happening nowadays

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    If McGrath's record can be broken by Anderson and maybe Broad, then why can't Sachin's record?

    What is so special with that England batters start huffing and puffing as soon as they reach 13K runs?

    No IPL or T20 leagues as well.

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    I do not like him as a person or as a cricketer but he is definitely one of the best ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by someone21 View Post
    The debate with Sachin is between stats vs emotions (experience)

    Other than longevity, Sachin stats is not stand out quality. Great modern days batsman today have 50+ average. Most young people who have never seen Sachin play, will call Kohli a greater player due to his superior stats

    Yet, SaChin had the aura, emotions that united a entire country. He was the top thing in the country, whereas Kohli is just one of the top things.
    In his peak sachin did tower over others. You cannot see soemone at peak and then sue those stars. Many paluers like pobtong etc averaged over 60 but then fell below at retirement time. If you want to see kohlis aversge, you have to wait till he retires


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dead Ball View Post
    Besides Kohli has the extra burden of captaincy which SRT was rubbish at.
    because his team was full of fixers. I would like to see kohli captain when 8 out of 11 players are fixing


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    Quote Originally Posted by Indiafan View Post
    In his peak sachin did tower over others. You cannot see soemone at peak and then sue those stars. Many paluers like pobtong etc averaged over 60 but then fell below at retirement time. If you want to see kohlis aversge, you have to wait till he retires
    By that logic, Kohli > Sachin, he has much better figures at peak and gap between his peers.

    The peak of Sachin and the peak of Kohli, Kohli stands out....

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    Quote Originally Posted by someone21 View Post
    By that logic, Kohli > Sachin, he has much better figures at peak and gap between his peers.

    The peak of Sachin and the peak of Kohli, Kohli stands out....
    As an ODI cricketer, Kohli is an incremental improvement to Sachin for Indian cricket and that's how evolution works.

    As a test cricketer, Kohli has worked very very hard in last 4 years to bring himself to 50+ average elite from his earlier 40 something average. Respect that but still Tendulkar looked more compact and trustworthy as a test batsman.

    Nobody will be more happy than Indians to see Kohli continue to grow so this homeboy vs homeboy debate is useless from an Indian POV. We loved to see Sachin taking it from Gavaskar to the next level and would be great if Kohli takes it further.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ab Fan View Post
    If McGrath's record can be broken by Anderson and maybe Broad, then why can't Sachin's record?

    What is so special with that England batters start huffing and puffing as soon as they reach 13K runs?

    No IPL or T20 leagues as well.
    If joe root gets back to his best. Then it might be possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smudger View Post
    If joe root gets back to his best. Then it might be possible
    Given the matches they play, someone should easily break that test record but none has till now.

    Cook was at similar age as Root is today with 7700 runs, so looks tough because Cook played long enough even though he was past it.

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    Sachin Tendulkar is widely regarded as one of the best batsmen of the modern era. Hardly any discussion about batting – whether it’s technique, scoring runs, playing under pressure, or notching up hundreds – is complete without the mention of Tendulkar in it. Highlighting the same points, legendary Indian cricketer Sunil Gavaskar said Tendulkar is the closest thing to batting perfection.

    Gavaskar, who himself is regarded as one of the best openers to have ever played the game, said he has seen many cricketers before, after and during his cricketing career but none came close to batting perfection like Tendulkar.

    “As far as I am concerned, the closest thing to batting perfection… Sachin Tendulkar. I’ve never seen a batsman (like him) and I’ve seen many from the time I was growing up, from the time I played and now from the time I’ve been watching cricket, I’ve seen many terrific batsmen but nobody had came close to batting perfection like Sachin Tendulkar has,” Gavaskar told India Today.

    Gavaskar who was the first cricketer to score 10 thousand Test runs and held the record for most centuries in the format before Tendulkar broke it, said Sachin had every shot in the book.

    “The backlift, the head, the balance, everything, the way he would lean forward, the balance when he’d play off the front foot, the balance when he would play off the backfoot, on the off side, on the leg side... And later on when the T20 came in, playing the scoop shot, he pulled it off fantastically. He had everything,” Gavaskar added.

    Sachin, who made his debut at the age of 16 in 1989 in Pakistan, announced his retirement in 2013 after playing a record 200 Tests and 463 ODIs. The former India great still continues to be the highest run-scorer in both formats by some distance.

    Sachin has 15921 Test runs at an average of 53.79. In ODIs, Sachin has a staggering 18426 runs at an average of 44.83.

    Till date, he is the only cricketer to have scored 100 (51 in Tests and 49 in ODIs) international centuries.

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    Gavaskar being modest. He's our greatest ever test batsman and 2nd greatest since Bradman. Tendulkar is a solid contender for #3 overall in tests behind Sir Don and Sunny

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    India's ATG Test batting line up is legit gangsta :-


    Gavaskar
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    Reserves:-
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    Sachin Tendulkar was only 16 years of age when he took on one of the greatest spinners of all time, Abdul Qadir. The former India batsman famously hit Qadir for four sixes in an exhibition match, signalling his arrival in international cricket. Long before T20 cricket came into the scene, India and Pakistan were involved in the first ever T20 match way back in 1989, an international match that was trimmed to a 20-over exhibition game. Tendulkar recalled what happened prior to the match and how the teams agreed for to play.

    “The match was in Gujranwala, I think. It had rained and both teams were informed that many spectators have come to see so why don’t we have a 20-over exhibition match?” Tendulkar told Aakash Chopra on his YouTube channel.

    “We were told that this won’t be an international match but at least the crowd won’t return disappointed. So we agreed to play the match thinking we’ll at least get some practice out of this game. I was batting at No. 4 and I remember when I had gone out to bat, we had to score some 65-70 runs in four overs.”

    Even though Pakistan went on to win the match narrowly, it was India’s Tendulkar that made headlines as he hit Qadir for four sixes in an over. Such an assault was unheard of, let alone to someone of Qadir’s stature. The over read: 6, 0, 4, 6, 6, 6, with Tendulkar remaining unbeaten on 53. The former India batsman went on to reveal what Qadir had told him upon his introduction into the attack and how it spurred the great Tendulkar on to launch him for 28 runs in the over.

    “Kris Srikkanth was the captain so our discussion was to get some practice for the next game. I told Chikka ‘I think we should go for the total’. He said ‘Yes, why not.’ And that’s how I started connecting the shots,” Tendulkar said.

    “Mushtaq (Ahmed) was bowling, he got hit for two sixes and a four. Andul Qadir came to me and said ‘I’ll bowl from this side. Try and hit me’. I said you’re such a senior bowler, I can’t hit you that easily. So from there we started chasing. That was a big over, we got some 27-28 runs.

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    Is there any authentic scorecard of that Gujnranwala friendly match that gets mentioned so many times.

    Till this day, i always hear a different version of how that over went vs Qadir.

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    When you’ve scored 100 international centuries and over 34000 international runs, picking certain top innings can be a bit tricky. But for Sachin Tendulkar, who owns almost every batting record that there is, there are three knocks in particular he ‘enjoys watching’ the highlights of.

    Tendulkar has in the past revealed the knocks that are the closest to him. He revealed how the 114 against Australia at Perth in 1992 gave him the confidence that he belonged at that level, while the unbeaten 103 against England in 2008 was equally special in the aftermath of the Mumbai terror attacks. The innings of 140 against Kenya at the 1999 World Cup, right after the passing of his father is perhaps the most emotional of his career, as is the fighting 136 against Pakistan which later got to be known as the Chennai heartbreak.

    However, the famous ‘Desert Storm’ in 1998 – the twin centuries against Australia – and the 98 against Pakistan in the 2003 World Cup are the three innings that Tendulkar admits he likes watching the highlights of. In April of 1998, Tendulkar cracked back-to-back centuries against Australia.

    He hit a 143 against them in the first of the two games, and while it wasn’t enough for India to win, Tendulkar’s century had ensured his team a place in the final. Two days later in the summit clash, on Tendulkar’s birthday, the batsman hit 134 as India beat Australia to win the Coca Cola Cup in Sharjah.

    Five years later, with India facing Pakistan in a high-octane World Cup clash, Tendulkar scored a magnificent 98, considered one of his best innings of all time. Tendulkar has admitted in the past that he had spent sleepless nights ahead of that game, which India won by six wickets to take their World Cup record against Pakistan to 4-0.

    “The two games that we played in Sharjah, in 1998. Both against Australia – the semifinal and final. We had to get to a total to qualify for the final, which was also pretty steep. And another one if I had to add, then I would have to say the 2003 World Cup match against Pakistan. Always enjoy watching them,” Tendulkar said during a Q/A session on his YouTube channel.

    Tendulkar looked back at his first international assignment for India – the tour of Pakistan in late 1989 – saying how as a youngster, he had quite the appetite, and how his family members reacts after he returned playing.

    “I was only 16 years and this first trip in 1989 to Pakistan was in the month of November-December. Certain parts of Pakistan were cold. When the temperature drops, we used to get some warm good. We would tend to eat a lot. In was a growing kid, so I was eating whatever there was on the table,” Tendulkar said. “When I came back home, I could see that my family members were very happy with my performance.”

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    11 years ago on this day, the first double Hundred in ODI cricket was recorded.


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.
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    When Sachin's double hundred overshadowed the annual rail budget of India.


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    What a day it was. There was an amazing Saeed Anwar countdown thread on PP until then, with people trying to jinx and reverse jinx

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    Quote Originally Posted by pillionrider View Post
    What a day it was. There was an amazing Saeed Anwar countdown thread on PP until then, with people trying to jinx and reverse jinx
    It was a jinx thread. That and the Afridi fastest hundred thread. Both gone.

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    Mumbai: Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar has quarantined himself after being tested positive for the deadly coronavirus. Tendulkar recently led India Legends to title win at the inaugural Road Safety World Series in Raipur.

    Tendulkar, widely regarded as one of the greatest batsmen to have played the game, announced he’s tested positive for the deadly virus on Saturday via his social media accounts. Other members of his family though have returned negative test results.

    “I have been testing myself and taking all the recommended precautions to ensure Covid is kept at bay. However, I’ve testes positive today following mild symptoms. All others at home have tested negative,” Tendulkar posted early Saturday morning on Twitter.

    “I’ve quarantined myself at home and am following all the necessary protocols advise by my doctors. I want to thank all the healthcare professionals who are supporting me and many others across the country. Take care all of you,” he added

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Mumbai: Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar has quarantined himself after being tested positive for the deadly coronavirus. Tendulkar recently led India Legends to title win at the inaugural Road Safety World Series in Raipur.

    Tendulkar, widely regarded as one of the greatest batsmen to have played the game, announced he’s tested positive for the deadly virus on Saturday via his social media accounts. Other members of his family though have returned negative test results.

    “I have been testing myself and taking all the recommended precautions to ensure Covid is kept at bay. However, I’ve testes positive today following mild symptoms. All others at home have tested negative,” Tendulkar posted early Saturday morning on Twitter.

    “I’ve quarantined myself at home and am following all the necessary protocols advise by my doctors. I want to thank all the healthcare professionals who are supporting me and many others across the country. Take care all of you,” he added

    https://www.cricketcountry.com/news/...ymptoms-975481
    Wonder if he got it at the Road Safety event..

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    Get well soon champ!


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