New Delhi. Today’s date is very important for Indian cricket fans. The date of 16th November is the date which made all the cricket lovers emotional. Actually, Sachin Tendulkar, who is called the God of cricket, had said goodbye to international cricket on this day i.e. 16 November. Every fan was shocked after Sachin Tendulkar, popularly known as Master Blaster, announced his retirement from cricket. Along with Sachin’s retirement, tears also came out of the eyes of crores of Indian fans. Not only this, Tendulkar also looked very emotional during his last match. In his cricket journey of 24 years, he has made many records to his name. There are many such records in the name of Sachin, which hardly anyone has been able to break till now.
Let us tell you that in the year 2013, Master Blaster played the last Test match of his career against West Indies in Mumbai. In this match, Team India defeated West Indies by an innings and 126 runs. After the victory in this match, the God of Cricket was given farewell with full respect. He was carried around the entire stadium by Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Virat Kohli sitting on his shoulders.
On this day in 2013, the Master Blaster @sachin_rt bid adieu to international cricket.
— BCCI (@BCCI) November 16, 2018
Please tell that at the age of just 16, Sachin started his cricket journey. On 15 November 1989, Sachin Tendulkar played the first Test match of his career. He scored his first century in Test cricket against the English team in 1990. The Master Blaster played an inning of 119 runs against England and remained unbeaten. Sachin Tendulkar played 200 test matches. In which he scored 15, 921 runs and also scored 51 Test centuries.