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One year for Tendulkar’s retirement from cricket

One year has been completed for Sachin Tendulkar retirement from the international cricket. Sachin who played last test in his career against West Indies in 2013 batted well in 2nd innings on the final day of the test and retired in a promising note but left his fans and the whole nation in sorrow. After the completion the test after post match presentation Sachin gone emotional and talked to the whole nation and all cricket fans around the world and thanked everyone in his cricketing career and also remembered everyone from his cricket starting days to ending days and thanked everyone who supported him to become a great player. Sachin played total of 664 international matches and scored 34,357 runs and first men to score a double century in an ODI. Tendulkar is now playing for IPL for Mumbai Indians.


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