Brian Lara says that Sachin Tendulkar’s 241 runs against Australia is the most disciplined innings of his Test career.

By | April 4, 2020

West Indies batsman Brian Lara said that Sachin Tendulkar’s unbeaten 241-run thump against Australia was the most trained and decided innings of his Test profession.

Tendulkar, who made his presentation in the longest configuration of the game as a 16-year-old, completed his 24-year-long vocation as Test cricket’s most noteworthy run scorer.

“Would you be able to envision playing Test cricket at 16 years old until the following 24 years. That is simply fantastic.

Sachin has played some astounding innings all through his vocation yet none with more control and assurance like his 241* against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG),” Lara said in an Instagram post.

Refering to the case of Tendulkar’s innings, Lara requested that everybody show discipline as the world fights COVID-19.

In 2004, Tendulkar scored 241* off 436 balls against Australia and this empowered India to post a mammoth score of 705/7 in their first innings.

The match finished in a draw however the focus and devotion Tendulkar demonstrated will stay alive in the brains of the cricketing fans.

In that arrangement, Tendulkar was battling for structure, and he chose to not play spread drive in the last Test of the arrangement. In spite of that the Master Blaster proceeded to score a twofold ton.

Tendulkar played 200 Test coordinates and scored 15,921 runs at a normal of 53.78. In 463 ODIs, he amassed 18,426 runs at a normal of 44.83. He has scored 100 tons and 164 fifties across designs.

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