In India, Cricket is considered a religion, and no doubt, even after the retirement of Sachin Tendulkar, ” God of Cricket,” the taste of the game he gave to us will never and ever vanish from the heart of Indian people. Even though cricket is not an Indian game, it is played all over the country with love. Cricket was originally an English game and brought to India in the early 17th Century.
The Entry of the God of Cricket in the Indian Team
On 15 November 1989, Sachin Tendulkar made his debut in international cricket in a test match between India and Pakistan in Karachi. He is considered one of the greatest batsmen of all time. You’ll find only a few names that equal or might be more significant than Master Blaster Sachin when you talk about cricket. Only the loud chants of ” Sachin…Sachin” would fill the stadium whenever he would come out to bat. His records on bat reflect on why he is one of the sports legends, and people called him the “God of Cricket.”
The God of cricket played a total of 667 international cricket matches and scored a total of massive 34,357 runs for India.