Sachin Tendulkar had a special stint with Yorkshire County Cricket Club which helped him to gain exposure & better understanding of English conditions, revealed Master Blaster.
Remembering his old days, Former Indian Cricketer & legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar on Friday revealed that his stint in county cricket with Yorkshire in 1992 had helped him to gain a better understanding of English conditions. In an Instagram post, the batting legend revealed that as a 19-year-old his “special stint” with Yorkshire helped him to gain more exposure to English conditions. He captioned the post, “Flashback to my county cricket days! As a 19-year-old cricketer playing for @Yorkshirecccc was a special stint as it has helped me a lot to gain exposure & better understanding of English cricket conditions Fond memories!”
The epic batsman had an illustrious career in cricket which holds several outstanding records. Tendulkar made his debut in Test Cricket on November 15, 1989. In the same year, On December 18, he played his first One Day International Match.
The right-handed batsman has represented our country in six World Cups during his glimmering career that lasts for 24 long years. He was a part of the 2011 World Cup Winning Squad.
Not only the ODI series but also test matches, Sachin Tendulkar has unbeatable records in all formats of cricket. The legendary batsman has the most number of runs in the longest format of cricket i.e whopping 15,921 runs. Along the way, Sachin scored 51 Test Centuries most by any player in the cricket fraternity.
And when it comes to ODI cricket, Sachin tops the list by making the highest runs in this format as well. He has fetched 18,426 runs in the ODI series which includes 49 centuries.