Sachin Tendulkar’s Last Test Match to Begin Tomorrow: MCA Facilitates Sachin
India, West Indies second test match is going to begin tomorrow in Mumbai. This match is the last test match in the career of Sachin Tendulkar. Fans are waiting to see the performance of Sachin. Himachal Cricket Association is constructing a museum that will be dedicated to Sachin.
Mumbai: India, West Indies second test match is going to begin tomorrow. The test is special because it is going to be the last test match for Sachin Tendulkar who is going to retire from cricket. Everyone is eagerly waiting to see the performance of little master in his last match. Sir Bradman was out without scoring any runs in his last match. Though Sachin has nothing to achieve by scoring runs in this match, everyone wants Sachin to end his career with a big score. Most of the great names in Cricket ended their career with not so great performance in their last matches.
Sachin Tendulkar did not score a century after January, 2100 Cape Town test. He played39 innings but could not score a century and this is where criticizers started discussing about his retirement. Present series against west Indies is specially scheduled for Sachin’s retirement, it is said. Sachin played good inning in Ranji Trophy match against Haryana. To make his last test match memorable he has to make a big score.
Meanwhile Mumbai cricket Association facilitated Sachin who is going to retire from Cricket after the second test match. Union minister Sharad Pawar, Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chowhan, Mumbai Mayor Sunil Prabhu and others were present at the event. Sachin spoke on the occasion and thanked everyone who stood by his side in his 24 years long career. He added that he is very thankful to MCA for letting be practice him whenever he wanted. They also made special arrangement for him.
Himachal cricket Association is going to construct a museum on the name of Sachin and is going to dedicate it to the legendary cricketer. This decision was taken in a meeting held. HPCA will inform the public about Indian cricket history and the players who brought laurels to the nation with their play.