Why Sachin Tendulkar is known as God of Cricket?

Why Sachin Tendulkar is known as God of Cricket?

God of Cricket

Former Indian International Cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, who has shown consistent performance throughout his 24-years-long career. He is extensively known as the prominent batsman in the history of cricket. His crisp timing and impeccable selection of shots have earned him a remarkable number of scores. His ideal standards of batting have always made miracles in the cricket ground. That is why Sachin Tendulkar is known as the “God of Cricket.” He also won the 50 over World Cup in 2011. 

The player with 100 International Centuries.

The only player who has obtained one hundred centuries at the international level. Sachin has scored an invincible score of 51 centuries in ODIs and 49 in Test Series.

The first player to score a double century.

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar was the first-ever batsman to achieve a 200 run milestone in One Day International on 24 February 2010 against South Africa at Captain Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior.

Why Sachin Tendulkar is known as God of Cricket?

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The highest run-scorer in the world.

Tendulkar holds the world record of having the highest runs in both ODI and Test cricket formats in the history of cricket having a total score of 34,347 runs overall. In 200 Test matches, he has a total of 15,921 runs while 18.426 runs in 463 One Day Internationals.

The legendary man having the maximum “Man of the Match” titles.

People call him Master Blaster. He has received the highest Man of the Match title throughout his career. With his flawless batting, he acquired 62 MTM titles in ODIs and 62 in Test matches.

The cricketer who played the most.

There is no doubt he is called God of Cricket because he has scored the maximum number of runs and he has earned that title. Despite he has even set the record to play the most International matches. 644 commendable international matches in all the formats.

2003 World Cup record holder!

Sachin has created amazing world records. In the 2003 World Cup, he had scored 673 runs in total and till now, no other batsmen have broken his record. Hence, he is the player having the most runs in a World Cup.

World Cup Winner in 2011

He also won the 50 over World Cup in 2011. But, he played a match-winning knock against Pakistan in a semi-final game where other players were struggling to score runs. However, he kept his cool and perform in a high-pressure game.

 

 

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