New Delhi: Blaster master Sachin Tendulkar gave information on Saturday morning that he had tested positive for the corona virus. Sachin said he had quarantined himself at home, but the legendary drummer started making history in his career 27 years ago that day.
March 27th special for Sachin
In the second ODI against New Zealand in Auckland on March 27, 1994, opener Navjot Singh was not present for the opener due to Sidhu’s neck injury, and then the team management had the opener open. Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar).
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The brilliant sleeves of Sachin
Sachin Tendulkar wanted to open of his own free will, but the team management were afraid they would not lose their best batsman with the new ball. However, Sachin started the innings and playing a brilliant 82-point inning from just 49 balls, he had reached New Zealand’s 143-point goal losing 3 wickets in 23.2 overs.
#OnThisDay In 1994, @sachin_rt opened the innings in the ODI for the first time and made it through 82 balls on 49 balls as #TeamIndia faced New Zealand in Auckland.
The rest, as they say, is history. pic.twitter.com/yvkvsiJQck
– BCCI (@BCCI) March 27, 2021
Sachin’s fate has changed
This first round changed Sachin’s life and he always started opening after that. Tendulkar has scored 45 of his 49 centuries as an opener. Before the opening, he beat 69 games from No.3 to No.7, in which he scored 1758 points with the help of 13 half-centuries at an average of 30.84. Most of these FIFTYs came at bat at number 4.
Sachin was also successful at number 4
Sachin Tendulkar has beaten at number four 35 times, in which he has scored 4 centuries. Other than that, he hit 9 times at number 3 and once at number 5 and number 6. Sachin opened with Sourav Ganguly and Virender Sehwag in most cases.