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Manjrekar: 'Sachin has sacrificed a lot for cricket'

Sanjay Manjrekar and Ajit Agarkar reflect on india's series win over the West Indies on Match Point

November 16, 2013

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Posted by dsouzadrian on (November 18, 2013, 0:12 GMT)

Used to always love the post match and pre match analysis when I was back in India, didn't really get to watch these shows now that I am overseas. I just love this show though, love the camaraderie between Rounak and Sanjay.

Keep it going guys, would love to see this for every match India plays.

Posted by kluvsindia on (November 17, 2013, 15:09 GMT)

@AbuUSA I cannot believe you do not understand the meaning of sacrifice and what Tendulkar had to sacrifice to achieve such great heights. You may be passionate about singing or dancing. But are you willing to forgoe eating junk food, going out with friends, drinking and partying to pursue that passion? That is called sacrifice sir. He may have been passionate and talented but that does not automatically qualify for success. Hard work, discipline, sacrifices has been made by him. He had to be on a strict diet, he had to give up sleep so many times, he had to give up spending time with family and friends. All this is sacrifice.

Posted by   on (November 17, 2013, 11:06 GMT)

Thank you Sachin. We, the cricket lovers are retired hurt...!

Posted by AbuUSA on (November 17, 2013, 5:58 GMT)

Sacrifice is called when you do something that you don't want to do and you have to do for the benefit of others. Sachin enjoyed (I guess :0) so he played. That was is passion and he did well. What sacrifice? He loved what he did and got lots of fame for that. He did that by choice and that's not called sacrifice.

Posted by tangoandcash on (November 17, 2013, 0:21 GMT)

The match point series is very good. Manjrekar's contributions are stellar! As a decent past cricketer and a good communicator, he conveys very interesting points and does it well! Agarkar could potentially offer so much more. Now if only Bhogle-the-second could ask a question and hand off to the cricketers quicker! :)

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