On This Day: Sachin Tendulkar played the last ODI 10 years ago today, Virat Kohli’s ‘raud form’ was shown

new Delhi. The legendary cricketer who has achieved the status of ‘God’ among his fans Sachin Tendulkar Today i.e. March 18 is a very special day for (Schin Tendulkar). Tendulkar played his last one-day international match exactly 10 years ago today i.e. in 2012. Master Blaster Sachin Asia Cup Under the (Asia Cup) match played in Mirpur, its arch-rivals Pakistan (India vs Pakistan) He played a half-century inning against Tendulkar hit 5 fours and a six in 48 balls in his innings of 52 runs. Younis Khan ended Sachin’s half-century innings by taking a catch from spinner Saeed Ajmal.

Sachin Tendulkar Virat Kohli made the last ODI match of the match memorable. Virat played a brilliant innings of 183 runs in 148 balls in this match. He hit 22 fours and a six during this. On the basis of this brilliant innings of Kohli, India had proved to dwarf the target of 330 runs set by Pakistan. Team India defeated Pakistan by 6 wickets for the loss of 4 wickets with 13 balls remaining. Kohli was adjudged man of the match for his excellent innings.

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Something like this was the thrill of the match
In the 5th match of Asia Cup, then Pakistan captain Misbah ul Haq won the toss and decided to bat first. Pakistan scored 329 runs for 6 wickets with the help of opener Nasir Jamshed’s 112 and Mohammad Hafeez’s 105 runs. Jamshed hit 10 fours and a six in 104 balls while Hafeez hit 9 fours and a six in 113 balls. Younis Khan was dismissed after scoring 52 runs off 34 balls. Pacer Praveen Kumar and Ashok Dinda took 2-2 wickets for India. Irfan Pathan and Ravichandran Ashwin took one wicket each.

…then Kohli along with Sachin and Rohit handled the innings
Team India, chasing the target, had a very bad start. Not a single run was added to the total score that Mohammad Hafeez sent opener Gautam Gambhir to the pavilion on the second ball of the first over of the Indian innings. After this Sachin and Kohli took over the innings. Both shared a 133-run partnership for the second wicket. After the dismissal of Sachin, Virat got the support of Rohit Sharma. Both the batsmen shared a 172-run partnership for the third wicket. Rohit got out after scoring 68 runs in 83 balls. Pacer Umar Gul took the maximum 2 wickets for Pakistan.

Sachin’s cricket career
Sachin Tendulkar has made many records in his name in international cricket. He has scored 15,921 runs in 200 Test matches at an average of 53.78. During this, he has scored 51 centuries and 68 half-centuries. The best score of this former right-handed batsman is 248 not out in Tests. Sachin has scored a total of 18,426 runs in 463 ODIs with the help of 49 centuries and 96 half-centuries. Master Blaster’s best score in ODI is 200 not out. Sachin has 100 centuries in international cricket, where it is not easy for the current batsmen to reach.

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