Sachin Tendulkar was left stranded on 194 in Multan Check as India declared his inning
India and Pakistan have contested loads of fierce video games over time, and one of the talked-about matches between the arch-rivals was the Multan Check match in 2004, which is notorious for Sachin Tendulkar lacking his double century in opposition to Pakistan by a mere six runs.
Tendulkar was enjoying at 194, when Rahul Dravid, the then Indian skipper determined to declare, which meant that the Little Grasp missed his double century by simply six runs. The notorious resolution continues to be a significant speaking level in Indian cricket, until date.
Former Indian World Cup winner Yuvraj Singh just lately acknowledged that Sachin ought to’ve been allowed to notch his double century, and India might have declared after that.
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Talking on Sports activities 18’s House of Heroes, Yuvraj felt that absolutely the Indian group might’ve waited for a few overs and that Sachin might’ve scored these six runs in a single over itself.
“We bought a message in between that we needed to play quick, and we have been going to declare,” acknowledged Yuvraj, who bought a half-century in that contest.
“He might have gotten these six runs in one other over and we bowled 8-10 overs after that. I don’t suppose one other two overs would have made a distinction to the Check match,” he added.
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The 40-year-old continued, “If it was the third or the fourth day, you need to put the group first and they’d have declared once you have been at 150. There’s a distinction of opinion. I feel the group might have declared after his 200.”
Former Indian opener Virender Sehwag had scored a historic triple century within the Multan Check, changing into the primary Indian batter to realize the feat, however the contest stays notorious until date for Tendulkar’s missed double century.