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The Unfortunate 90s For Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar is one of the legendary cricketers in the history of cricket and the former captain of the Indian national cricket team. The ‘master blaster’ tops the list of the world’s best batsmen till the date. Sachin was the first-ever cricketer to score a double century in a single ODI (One Day International). He started her career at a young age of 17, and since then he has a total run score of 5490 in his entire lifetime. Sachin Tendulkar was well-known for hitting the ball to the boundaries and scoring centuries.

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But Sachin Tendulkar had faced a number of nervous nineties in his entire career as a player. He had failed to cross the nervous nineties phase 27 times in all the three international formats. It is very hurtful for the player and the fans to leave the ground on the verge of scoring a century. Out of 27 unfortunate 90s, he got out for 10 times at the 99th run. The 90s phase was considered to be unfortunate. The ‘Master Blaster’ has always found the 90s as not a lucky one. But that didn’t stop him from playing and scoring better. Sachin is the only cricketer in international history to score 100 international centuries.

The ‘Master Blaster’ Sachin has faced the unfortunate 90s a lot of times in his life. But, that didn’t break him down. Rather, he is one of the best batsmen in the history of cricket.

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