New Delhi. November 15… This is the date when the great cricketer Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar Last Match) said goodbye to the cricket field. As soon as this date comes, the picture of Sachin returning to the dressing room of Wankhede Stadium comes in front of the eyes of every cricket lover. On November 15, Sachin not only said goodbye to the cricket field, but also took the first step on this day. The God of Cricket, Sachin Tendulkar, had stepped on the crease for the first time on 15 November 1989, 32 years ago today.
That too, not against any other team, but against the arch-rival Pakistan, he started his international career in Karachi and showed the power of his bat to the world. He said goodbye to his long and successful career on this day 8 years ago.
74 runs scored in the last match
The Test match played against West Indies at Wankhede from 14 to 16 November was the last match of Sachin’s career. Sachin had said goodbye to cricket by scoring 74 runs on the second day. Sachin has the most runs in both the formats of Test and One-Day cricket.
Sachin scored 15 thousand 921 runs in 200 International Test matches in his long career of 24 years, in which his best innings was an unbeaten 248 runs. He scored 51 centuries and 68 half-centuries in Test cricket. At the same time, he scored 18 thousand 426 runs in 463 ODIs, including the best innings of 200 not out. Sachin scored 49 centuries and 96 ODI half-centuries. He played only one International T20 match in his career, in which he scored 10 runs.