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'This was the right time to stop'

Sachin Tendulkar addresses the media after playing his final international cricket match in Mumbai

November 17, 2013

Posted by Little_Aussie_Battler on (November 19, 2013, 4:54 GMT)

Five years too long. His career was a bit like The Simpsons, was better back in the day but they can still milk it so they keep going.

Posted by   on (November 19, 2013, 2:40 GMT)

You can take Sachin out of Cricket but you cannot take Cricket out of Sachin!! He may not return to bat at #4 for India, but he will be back very soon. The Sachin.. Sachin chant will remain as long as this game is played in this country.

Posted by Ms.Cricket on (November 18, 2013, 23:07 GMT)

Great man Sachin! However he should have retired in 2011 after the World Cup. What has the last two years acheived.

Posted by   on (November 18, 2013, 11:54 GMT)

The Hall mark of any Champion, Humbleness and down to earth.

Posted by   on (November 18, 2013, 10:44 GMT)

is there a translation coming here anytime soon ? … … …

Posted by jazee on (November 18, 2013, 6:33 GMT)

Sachin gets a fabulous farewell. I am sure all the cricket legends has envied him at this moment!

Posted by   on (November 18, 2013, 4:37 GMT)

Humility is his middle name , recognition of his strengths , truthfullness to his sport and professions , sincerity and dedication to the preparation - all this makes him what he is today , in the eyes of his fans - the GOD of cricket. An epitaph that rests best on his shoulders....he may not be in India colors anymore....but he will remain the inspirational to all INdians , whether he has played or followed cricket. A true sportsman...salute you sir...for giving us such entertainment and enjoyment....we will live in those memories till someone else comes along.....to make an attempt at filling you shoes. #ThankYouSachin

Posted by   on (November 18, 2013, 0:04 GMT)

The Little Master..The Next Don..The Art of Batting...The Great Sportsman....The Great Human Being...The God...Very Very Very Thank you for the 24 years of entertainment which made the nation and us so proud. Our childhood became more joyful and filled with full of cherished moments ONLY because of you. We miss you and still not able believe that the little master's bat is going to be rested. I am writing this comment with tears......SACHIN...SACHIN....

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