Sachin Tendulkar has already played a cricket match for Pakistan | When Sachin Tendulkar played cricket for Pakistan

New Delhi: Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar), known as the God of Cricket, has achieved many accomplishments during his career. Sachin is one of those players whose fans are all over the world. But this player has things that hardly anyone knows. In fact, this former Team India player played cricket for Pakistan in one match.

Sachin Tendulkar made his debut against Pakistan in 1989. Prior to that, in 1987, he was on the pitch for the Pakistani team.

In fact, in 1987, the Pakistani team visited India. Meanwhile, ODIs and test series were to be played between these two teams. Before the start of the series, a practice match was played between India and Pakistan and in this match Sachin lined up for Pakistan.

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This ODI training match was played at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. It was a 40-40 game. Javed Miandad and Abdul Qadir left the pitch for lunch during the India stick. But Pakistan did not have the possibility of a replacement either. In such a situation, the around 14-year-old Sachin was lucky enough to land on the pitch thanks to the visiting team.

Sachin Tendulkar mentioned this in his autobiography Playing It My Way. Sachin wrote, I don’t know if Imran Khan will remember or also know that I have already been fielded for the Pakistani team ”.

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He wrote: “Javed Miandad and Abdul Qadir left the field during lunch. After that, when he asked the invited team to come, he agreed. In this way, Sachin Tendulkar also played for Pakistan.

Let me tell you that there were three of these cricketers who played for the Indian and Pakistani teams. These include Abdul Hafeez Kardar, Aamir Elahi and Gul Mohammad.