Sachin Tendulkar Stats as a Player and Captain

Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar is known as the “God of Indian cricket,” and everyone loves him very much. Tendulkar was born in Bombay

Sachin Tendulkar is known as the “God of Indian cricket,” and everyone loves him very much. Tendulkar was born in Bombay, Maharashtra, on April 24, 1973. He was trained under his guru Ramakant Achrekar. He has the record for the most runs in both One-Day Internationals and Tests. Sachin was also the first batsman in white ball cricket to score 200 runs. He is also the only player in international cricket history to have scored 100 centuries.

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Sachin Tendulkar’s Player Stats:

InningsNORunsHSAverageBalls Faced SR100200504s6s 
Test200329331592124853.7929437 54.0851668205869
ODI463452411842620044.8321367 86.24491962016195
T20I110101010.012 83.3300020
Indian Premier League78789233410033.831948 119.82101329529

Summary of Bowling Career:

Indian Premier League784365800/70/79.670.00.000

Man of the Series awards– 20:

Sachin Tendulkar played his first test match against Pakistan on November 15, 1989, when he was only 16 years old. He only got 15 runs before Waqar Younis bowled him cleanly. On December 18, 1989, he played his first ODI against the same team. Sachin didn’t even get a run in his first game, and Waqar Younis bowled him again for a duck. Sachin started out as a batsman in the middle of the lineup. He was then moved up to bat first, and the rest is history. Sachin could get his first ODI century against Australia in Colombo, after waiting 78 games.

Sachin was also a very good bowler who could stop the flow of runs with a few quiet overs. At one point in his cricket career, he had Tennis elbow for a few years. Because of this, his hitting skills got worse for a few months. After the England series in 2012, he said that was the last ODI he would play. Sachin’s last test match was in 2013 at his home stadium, Wankhede stadium, against the West Indies.

Stats for Sachin Tendulkar as a captain:

In 1996, Sachin Tendulkar was made captain of India. Sachin has only won 23 of the 73 ODIs he has led as captain, while his team has lost 43 of those games. His percentage of wins was not very good: 35.07. In Tests, Tendulkar’s record as captain was even worse. In a total of 25 games, India won only five and lost nine, for a win percentage of 16. The saying “No one can be perfect at everything” is true in his case as a captain.

In cricket, there are people who play for the team, do well for the team, and go on to be greats. Sachin Tendulkar is another example. He has been fascinating cricket fans all over the world for more than 20 years. Sachin-Sachin, the sound of the crowd chanting his name, and the crowd’s raw emotions when he used to walk into the stadium will always be remembered.

The estimated value of Sachin Tendulkar’s net worth is 1200 crore:

This is the Master Blaster’s master lesson, and just hearing his name is enough to wake up a sleepy cricket fan to see the great Sachin Tendulkar bat.

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