ICC World Cup 2019 Sachin Tendulkar ready to play ‘new innings’ in World Cup
Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has made several records in the World Cup. He has scored 2,278 runs in six editions of the tournament. Not only that, but there is also a record of making the most runs in any one of the World Cups in their name.
World Cup 2019: World Cup 20l9 (World Cup 20l9) great having the highest scoring record your name Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) are ready to play a new inning in this mega event of cricket. Master Blaster will make a commentary for the first time in the World Cup starting in England and Wales from Thursday. Sachin Tendulkar can be seen commenting in the inaugural match of the tournament between the South Africa and England (England vs South Africa) on the Oval ground in London.
He will be seen in his own segment ‘Sachin Opens Again’ at 1.30 pm at Philips Hugh Cricket Live Pre-show in Hindi and English on Star Sports. In this segment, he will be accompanied by other experts. Significantly, Sachin Tendulkar has made several records in the World Cup. He has scored 2,278 runs in six editions of the tournament. Not only that, there is also a record of making the most runs in any one of the World Cups in their name. He scored 673 runs in 11 matches of World Cup in South Africa in 2003.
In the 24 years of his international career, Sachin scored more than 34000 runs in three formats of cricket. He is the first player to score 100 centuries in international cricket. Not only that, Sachin Tendulkar made the first double century in ODI cricket. Tendulkar, who started his international career at the age of 16 in 1989, retired from international cricket in 2013. India’s first World Cup in 2019 will be against South Africa on June 5. The eyes of all cricket lovers will be especially on the occasion of June 16, when the team of two traditional rivals, India and Pakistan (IND vs PAK) will be face-to-face.
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