Sachin Tendulkar ended his cricket journey on November 16, 2013, after taking part in the final Check match towards West Indies at Wankhede Stadium. Because it has now been seven years since his retirement, the batting maestro took to Twitter to disclose the West Indies cricket staff, Brian Lara and Chris Gayle amongst others had offered him a particular reward on the event of his final Check match for India.
Sachin’s 200th Check and final match is probably the most memorable for each Indian fan. It was the final time everybody noticed the Grasp Blaster in an Indian jersey.
Sachin Tendulkar shares a video of Brian Lara’s particular reward:
Taking to Twitter, Tendulkar shared a video the place he spoke about a phenomenal drum that he was offered by the West Indies facet in his remaining Check match.
“#OnThisDay 7 years in the past @windiescricket and my buddies @BrianLara & @henrygayle offered me with this stunning metal drum. Drum I’ll at all times be thankful for such a receivedderful reward and thank them for his or her love and respect. Thanks as soon as once more. @BCCI,” Sachin tweeted.
I’ll at all times be thankful for such a beautiful reward and thank them for his or her love and respect.
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) November 16, 2020
“Precisely seven years in the past, on this very day I used to be offered with this stunning metal drum by the West Indian cricket board, the whole staff, and my pricey pal Brian Lara. To me this represents love and respect that you’ve got had for me, and I reciprocate that. Thanks so very a lot for the particular reward,” Sachin mentioned within the video.
“I bear in mind when Brian Lara had come dwelling, he had performed this and it sounded superb. Let’s see if I can play a bit. I do know it’s not gonna sound like that however that is my tribute to all of you. Thanks for every thing that you’ve got performed for me,” he added and went on to play the drum.
Other than taking part in 200 Check matches, Sachin Tendulkar represented India in 463 ODIs and scored 18426 runs, together with 49 century and 96 half-centuries. He’s the one batsman to have 100 worldwide centuries in his title.