Exactly 30 years ago, on November 15, 1989, Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar made his debut against Pakistan in Karachi. He could score only 15 runs in his first innings and that was the only time he hit because the match ended in a draw. Since then, 'Master Blaster' has broken almost all of the beat records and written his name in history books.
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Indian legendary cricket Sunil Gavaskar has now revealed an incident that forced him to pay attention to world-class talent Sachin. Gavaskar said when he saw 15-year-old Sachin during an internet session, he knew he was destined for greatness.
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"Bowlers tend to go beyond the mark in the net, maybe 20 yards in 22 yards and Raju (Kulkarni) is quite agile. The way he (Sachin) plays the back leg and punches him, saying how much time he has. He was only 15 years old and had too much time to play bowling fast. "This is really an indication that this man will be something special," Gavaskar told official broadcasters on the second day of the India-Bangladesh Test in Indore.
This is something I like the most! 🏏 pic.twitter.com/cbliXB47bJ
– Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) November 15, 2019
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Meanwhile, Sachin decided to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his international debut by doing what he liked most and playing cricket. Sachin spent time practicing several shots which made him run a lot in the international arena during an indoor training session in Mumbai.