Cricketzine prediction: “Azharuddin, don’t take anything from Gavaskar…”: WI legend names Sachin his Tendulkar the greatest Indian hitter of all time

Sachin Tendulkar received special praise from Brian Lara. Brian Lara called him one of the best sluggers he’s met in his career.

During his illustrious career, Brian Lara has met many world-class cricketers around the world. There were many things that caught his eye and some that he thought were very special. The former Trinidadian cricketer is himself considered one of the greatest batsmen of all time, but he has always remained humble when it comes to praising others.

Given his size, many modern cricket his fans believe that Lara scored his 501 unbeaten run in Warwickshire in 1994, making him the highest singles score in first-class cricket history. are not aware that He is also the cricketer with the highest single points total in a Test innings after hitting 400 unbeaten knocks for Antigua against England in 2004.

In a recent chat with Fox Cricket, the 53-year-old was asked about the best bowlers and batters he has faced in his career and praised none other than Sachin for his tendl curls. He points out that while most Indian hitters find it easy to hit runs at home, they cannot replicate it on foreign soil. That doesn’t take the time out of India’s batting before Sachin, because obviously they had Sunil Gavaskar and Mohammad Azharuddin, but when it comes to Indian players in India, there are a lot of them against you. There are many players who score. When the Indian hitters left India, few survived and adapted to Australian or Caribbean conditions.That was the first thing I saw of Sachin. No matter where you take him, it doesn’t matter how fast or how much spin the bowler puts. He had the skill to handle anything,” he said.

“I think the Indian people are aware of that as well. They had one right man who would stand up to any situation. I think it was the first friendly against Pakistan very early in his career. It was his first time he was actually beaten. I think he was short-lived. I don’t know if it was Wakar or Wasim or Shoaib but he got up and dusted his pants and he was also bleeding and stood there and his fabric. This is not only Indian batsmen, but many batsmen from all over the world rush to the pavilion for treatment. I think he showed a lot of courage. Clearly his talent, skill and technique are impeccable. He has just gone from being 16 to being one of the greatest batsmen of all time and I think it is very special to have 25 years in international cricket,” he added.

After his retirement, Sachin is his scorer with the all-time leading runs in both his ODI and Test his cricket. In his ODI career, he sacked 18,426 runs in 452 innings and 15,921 runs in 329 innings in Test cricket. He also won his ODI World Cup in 2011 and holds the record for the most Man of the Match awards across all ICC formats combined.

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