New Delhi: From December 17th, Virat Sena will start the Test Series against Australia. After losing the ODI series in the T20, the Indian team is eyeing the Border Gavaskar Trophy. However, this time, like last time, this trophy will arrive in India, only time will tell.
Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar told an interesting anecdote related to the Border Gavaskar trophy. It goes back 16 years. In 2003-04, while the Indian team was touring Australia, how did one song make Sachin a superstar with a flop. In fact, at that point, Team India had to play a four-game test series and in the first three games of the series, Sachin’s bat was calm. He scored 0, 1, 37, 0 and 44 points in the last five innings respectively. The final game was due to start in Sydney from January 2 and there was a lot of pressure on Sachin.
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Sachin played an unbeaten round of 241 points
Sachin Tendulkar struck brilliantly on the fifth test in Sydney and scored 241 without going out. In 2003, Tendulkar, who was struggling with poor form, began his new year with his third double century. Thanks to its sleeves, the Indian team managed to draw the series 1–1.
One song changed luck
Sachin Tendulkar recounted that during the 5th Test in Sydney, he heard a song and he listened to the same songs during five days of the test.
Summer 69 by Bryan Adams. During the trip, breakfast, lunch, dinner, on the way back to the hotel, before the baton started and all over the locker room, Sachin had heard only one song. In this Test, he played one of the best rounds of his career.
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This happened with Sachin Tendulkar in 2003 as well. At the 2003 World Cup, Sachin was the top scorer. He scored 673 points, which is a record so far. Sachin said that during this World Cup, he heard the Lucky Ali Sur album which he liked a lot.