Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Tendulkar played those unforgettable innings with three injuries

Indian cricket: In the eyes of many, the innings is one of the best in the history of the World Cup. The stage was the 2003 World Cup, bowling stars like Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Shoaib Akhtar, and Abdul Razzaq. Remember? A source who did not want to respond to the memory, cut Shoaib and hit the third man on the third man; Let’s catch it now. Sachin Tendulkar won that match 97 off 65 balls.

India failed to win the 2003 World Cup. They lost to Australia in the final. But Tendulkar won the World Cup in South Africa. He scored a maximum of 63 runs, which is the highest run record in a World Cup. No one has been able to break Tendulkar’s run record even today. And when it comes to that World Cup 17 years ago, Tendulkar’s innings against Pakistan will come up. An innings that is not seen every day!

Indian cricket: When Virender opened with Sehwag, Sehwag would play the first ball without any special reason. But on that day, Tendulkar took the strikeout of his determination to do well against Pakistan. Everyone else remembers that India got the foundation of victory by relying on that innings of Tendulkar. However, the legendary Indian batsman could not play these innings easily. Even in the whole World Cup, Tendulkar tried to run for the country with great difficulty. The task is not going to be easy at all if you play with three big injuries on the body! Indian cricket.

Indian cricket: Running before the start of the World Cup was a very difficult task for Tendulkar. The owner of the highest runs and centuries in international cricket, however, did his best for the country in the World Cup. Tendulkar had to wear an ankle injury, a knee injury, and a bandage on his leg before batting. Today marks the 16th anniversary of that unforgettable innings against Pakistan.

That innings of Tendulkar ( Sachin Tendulkar 98 vs Pakistan WC 2003 )


Indian cricket: India¬†fielded¬†before winning the toss in that match at Centurion. Saeed Anwar’s century gave Pakistan a big lead of 263 runs for 6 wickets. India won the match by 6 wickets with 26 balls to spare in Tendulkar’s innings of 12 fours and 1 six. India lost to Australia by 125 runs in the final.