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Sachin Tendulkar crosses 17000-run mark in ODIs

  1. futurenetads profile image59
    futurenetadsposted 7 years ago

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    Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar finally touched the magical 17,000-run mark in One-Day International cricket during the fifth ODI
    Sachin Tendulkar against Australia at Hyderabad on Thursday.


    The moment Tendulkar attained that mark the packed vociferous Rajiv Gandhi Stadium crowd jumped out of their seats and erupted in jubilation.

    The 36-year-old scored the requisite seven runs to put another feather in his cap, which is already full of feathers but still managing to have some more. The Indian batting legend has 44 One-day hundreds and 91 ODI fifties under his belt.

    The 36-year-old scored the requisite seven runs to put another feather in his cap, which is already full of feathers but still managing to have some more. The Indian batting legend has 44 One-day hundreds and 91 ODI fifties under his belt.

    The diminutive Mumbaikar, who made his ODI debut Pakistan in 1989, is already way ahead of his contemporaries when it comes to accumulating runs.

    Rated as the world's best batsman after Australian legend Sir Donald Bradman, Tendulkar has an awe-inspiring Test record. In the whopping 159 matches that he has played thus far, Tendulkar has scored 12,773 runs at an average of 54.58.

    The veteran batsman has scored 42 hundreds and 53 half centuries in the longer format of the game.

  2. youcanwin profile image38
    youcanwinposted 7 years ago

    Congrats  Sachin!!!

  3. Pearldiver profile image86
    Pearldiverposted 7 years ago

    Great wrists, reverse sweeps and huge bat; for a guy that has played as an A - Grader since he was 16. smile

  4. arunjain1989 profile image59
    arunjain1989posted 7 years ago

    Congrats to sachin for this marvellous feat!!!

  5. macro_life profile image69
    macro_lifeposted 7 years ago

    Sachin proves again why he is the best. Too bad India didn't win the  game.

  6. profile image61
    Mohit88posted 7 years ago

    He is a God of Cricket. He also can achieve anything.

  7. Sexy jonty profile image60
    Sexy jontyposted 7 years ago

    Congrats to sachin for that ....

    But innings of 175 against the Australia was a remarkable achievement by him .....

    looking as if single player was chasing the target of 350 ......

    End was dissappointing ...... Guys like ravindra jadeja should be replaced by Yousif pathan .....

 
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