When was Sachin Tendulkar last Test match?
Tendulkar’s career spanned over two decades. He retired from all forms of cricket after his 200th Test match against the West Indies at his home ground in Mumbai.
At which cricket stadium did Sachin Tendulkar played his final Test match in 2013?
And exactly 24 years later, he retired from international cricket. Yes, exactly 24 years later. Three years back in 2013, Tendulkar played his last match for India at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai. India were playing a two-Test series against the West Indies, the second of which was hosted in Mumbai.
WHO declared when Sachin was on 194?
Recalling the infamous declaration call from the 2004 Test in Multan, Yuvraj Singh said India could have declared after Sachin Tendulkar got his double hundred. Tendulkar was stranded on 194 when Rahul Dravid declared India’s first innings against Pakistan.
How many times Sachin got out in nervous 90?
Records and statistics India’s most renowned cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has scored in 90s 18 times in ODIs and 10 times in Test cricket and holds the record for highest number of dismissals in the 90s (a total of 28 times) across all forms of international cricket.
Who took Sachin’s wicket in last Test match?
Here’s a video of Sachin Tendulkar’s dismissal in hos 200th (and probably final Test innings) at Wankhede, Mumbai. Sachin Tendulkar was caught by West Indies skipper Darren Sammy off the bowling of Narsingh Deonarine when he was on 74 runs.
Where was Sachin’s last match?
On this day, March 18, Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar unknowingly played his final One Day International (ODI) match, a fitting end to an illustrious and glorious career and that too against Pakistan, in the 2012 Asia Cup in Bangladesh. The swashbuckler on December 23, 2012, announced his retirement from ODI cricket.
In which Stadium Sachin Tendulkar played his last match?
Sachin played his final ODI innings against Pakistan during the 2012 Asia Cup at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur. In his last ODI, Tendulkar scored 52 runs as the Indian team was chasing a total of 330.
Why did Rahul Dravid declare on 194?
I asked him what the thinking was behind the declaration at that time… I was batting for the team as well. Yes, I had scored 194, but the 194 was meant to help the team and it was my individual contribution to the team’s cause.
Why did Rahul Dravid declare at 194?
The declaration Dravid was India’s captain for that Multan Test since regular skipper Sourav Ganguly was out injured. The visitors were cruising on day two of the match and at the tea interval, it was decided by Dravid and coach John Wright that the innings would be declared when there are 15 overs left in the day.