Sachin Tendulkar retired from Test matches on this day


New Delhi: ‘God of Cricket’ Sachin Tendulkar took retirement from the international cricket on the same day three years back, November 16, 2013.  He played his last match against against West Indies at Wankhede Stadium and lead India to won the match.

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In his last international match, Tendulkar scored an outstanding 74 runs. But unfortunately he got out in the bowling of Narsingh Deonarine.

Few days back, Tendular made a request by the BCCI to play in the final test innings as he wanted his mother to see his innings.

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When his wicket fell down, Dhoni and the Indian team honoured him at the dressing room as Sachin got emotional in front of the stadium.

Sachin Tendulkar has played for India in 200 Test matches where he scored 15921 runs at an average of 53.78.

Tendulkar’s career lasted for 24 years and he is a great example of a successful cricketer for their fans.

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