India news October 10, 2013

A collection of Tendulkar videos

ESPNcricinfo staff
Sachin Tendulkar talks about the emotions he felt after winning the World Cup in 2011, and how he went about tackling Dale Steyn in Cape Town earlier the same year. Also, some tributes

'We were all crying happy tears'

Sachin Tendulkar talks about fulfilling his dream of winning a cricket World Cup for India

'One of the best sessions of my life'

Tendulkar looks back on his epic battle with Dale Steyn and Co in Cape Town in 2011

'Incredible for an 18-year-old'

Ian Chappell recalls how a teenaged Tendulkar tamed Australia on a fast, bouncy WACA pitch in 1992

The Sachin phenomenon

A Mumbai team-mate, an opponent, a fan and a journalist pay tribute to Tendulkar on his 40th birthday

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  • Dummy4 on October 10, 2013, 18:31 GMT

    Sachin - A phenomenon: It's not like as if cricket has ended...It will be there forever! But perhaps, it will be humanly impossible for anyone to rule the 22 yards for 24 long years! The Hero of our teenage who taught us to fight against odds; who showed us how to make ur critics hear the sound of ur silence! Yes, it's disappointing when our hero fails and we may say that Sachin is over...But in reality, it's our own frustration to see our hero slowly fade! But it's appropriate that he has written his own script; that too at Wankhede! Farewell to the Genius...The Emperor of the 22 yards! God-Worshipper, Idol-Follower, client-Attorney: No matter what our relationship is, you will be missed for sure...

  • Sai on October 10, 2013, 18:08 GMT

    When Sachin Failed (?) :-

    At some point some foreign writers may find solace in stating that Sachin failed to score a century and could not print his name on the (so called) Lord's Honor Board. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, " The Lord made His name through 100 Centuries 100 different times in 100 different Cricket grounds all over the World. Be happy that The Lord spared the Lord's at least so that the remaining mortal's could make a name for themselves "

    To Sachin - WE LOVE YOU...., forever and always...!!!

  • Dummy4 on October 10, 2013, 18:05 GMT

    Sachin is undoubtedly cricket legend because of his hard work and determination. Hats off Sachin Tendulkar, you will remain in everyone's mind whenever we see cricket.

  • Dummy4 on October 10, 2013, 17:59 GMT

    Sachin is such a phenomenon in sports- even lara comes out and yell sacin is best..kudos to the legend-and all the best for his future endeavors..

  • Chetan on October 10, 2013, 17:50 GMT

    Glad that we are living the world of internet and I can still watch Sachin's videos and great memories however I will miss the joy to watch him live..

  • stuart on October 10, 2013, 17:44 GMT

    We would just like to say from the rest of the cricketing world who will be the next greatest baqtsman ever.Frankly the hero worship of the flat tracker is close to hysterical and reminds me more of one direction fans.

  • Dummy4 on October 10, 2013, 17:12 GMT

    watched sachin throughout his career , was pleasure watching him , remember reading an article about him just before his arrival in international cricket in eenadu - telugu paper and discussing with my brother about this prodigy.

    hope he does something good for the country as a citizen and parliamentarian.

  • Dummy4 on October 10, 2013, 15:10 GMT

    #Sachin #Retiring #Sad #GreatestEver #Memories #200th Test Match of Sachin - THE DAY CRICKET RETIRES FOR ME. I AM ALSO CALLING IT A DAY...!

  • Dummy4 on October 10, 2013, 13:53 GMT

    same feeling here Swaroop Bhg

  • Dummy4 on October 10, 2013, 13:29 GMT

    no words can ever describe the amount of joy i experienced as a teenager while watching him bat. i used to literally scream n shout loud n jump with joy when ever he hit a shot.

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