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Sachin Tendulkar in IPL: Facts and Figures

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After having brought the curtain down on his illustrious ODI career right before the series against Pakistan, Tendulkar left his fans saddened amidst celebrations of IPL victory. It was an anti-climax as the master batsman was seen donning the blue jersey for the last time at Eden Gardens on Sunday.

A lot of revelations were being made about this announcement on account of Tendulkar’s declining performance and deteriorating fitness levels required for the shortest format of the game. However, statistics based on his performance in IPL have a completely different story to tell.

The-40-year-old represented the franchise in 78 matches, scoring 2,334 runs at an average of 34.83. He has a strike rate of 119.81 and struck one century and 13 fifties. He is the 5th highest run-getter in all the seasons, much ahead of the T20 specialist like Yuvraj singh and MS Dhoni. Considered to be a format for young and energetic, Tendulkar proved that nothing can supersede his technique.

Apart from being a phenomenal batsman, Tendulkar will be missed for his contribution on the field and for his ability to mentor the young members of the squad. His sheer presence motivates everyone to ante their game and constantly encourage them to perform well. His contribution has been unmatched and it will take a herculean effort to fill the void he has left in the gentleman’s game.

For cricket lovers, the name, Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar will always exemplify the inimitable stuff that champions are made of. He is a true perfectionist and posses the mental strength that inspires the world. We will now have to wait till the end of the year when Tendulkar is likely to be seen in action against South Africa in a three-Test series where he is expected to complete a historic 200 Tests.


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    Mumbai Indians Won The Champions League 2013.
    Defeating Rajasthan Royals By 33 Runs.
    Rajasthan Need 203 Runs To Win Their First Champions League Trophy Started Off Well, At One Moment Rahane & Samson Were Taking Away The Match From Mumbai Indians But Than Our Babbar Sher(Harbhajan Singh) Came & Took 4 Crucial Wickets Giving Away Just 32 Runs In His 4 Overs.
    I Feel Sorry For Rahul Dravid Who Also Was Playing His Last Limited Over Format Match Today From Rajasthan Royals.
    He Too Deserved To End On A High But The Team Who Hold Its Nerve Till The Last Won The Match.
    Rajasthan Were Looking Favrates At One Stage But They Themself Hit The Panic Button & Played Some Wrong Shots.
    Mumbai Indians Showed Some Courage & Hold Their Nerves In This Nail Biter.
    I Wish My Team CONGRATULATIONS For Winning The Champions League 2013 & Becoming The Only Team In The World To Have Won The Champions League Twice.
    My Post Will Be Incomplete If I Don’t Mention My Master Name In It, It Was Really Nice To See Sir Sachin Tendulkar Enjoying The Victory Laughing Like A 15 Yrs. Old Boy & Sharing High Fives With The Team Mates.
    Sachin Tendulkar Played His Last World Cup In 2011 (INDIA WON)
    Sachin Tendulkar Played His Last IPL This Year (MUMBAI INDIANS WON)
    Sachin Tendulkar Played His Last Champions League (MUMBAI INDIANS WON)
    I Guess He Is Getting Lucky For The Team From Which He Is Playing For During His Last Days In International Cricket.
    I Am Gonna Miss You A Lot Sir, Please Continue Playing Test Matches For Atleast England Tour In 2014, I Want You To Answer Broad & Anderson With Your Weapon.
    I Want You To Show Them Why They Are Only One Of The Best & YOU ARE THE BEST…….

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