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SACHIN RAMESH TENDULKAR CROSSES 17000 RUNS IN ONE DAY MATCHES
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SACHIN RAMESH TENDULKAR CROSSES 17000 RUNS IN ONE DAY MATCHES
Full name Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

Born April 24, 1973, Bombay (now Mumbai), Maharashtra

Current age 36 years 196 days

Major teams India, Asia XI, Mumbai, Mumbai Indians, Yorkshire

Nickname Tendlya, Little Master

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm offbreak, Legbreak googly

Height 5 ft 5 in

Education Sharadashram Vidyamandir School

ODI MATCHES PLAYED 435
ODI INNINGS 424
NOT OUT 39
RUNS 17168
HIGEST ODI SCORE 186 NOT OUT
BALLS FACED 20005
TOATL SIXES 181
TOTAL FOURS 1870
CENTURIES 45
FIFTY 91
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Australia innings (50 overs maximum) R B 4s 6s SR
SR Watson c Jadeja b Harbhajan Singh 93 89 9 3 104.49
25.2 Watson won't get his ton. Pity, considering how well he played today but that's that. Harbhajan has achieved the breakthrough. It was the loopy flighted delivery on the off stump line, Watson went for the big slog sweep but edged it high to deep midwicket 145/1

SE Marsh c Gambhir b Nehra 112 112 8 2 100.00
42.5 Marsh's fine innings comes to an end courtesy a good catch by Gambhir at long-on. Marsh had lofted the length delivery high towards long-on where Gambhir back-pedaled before lunging towards his right to take it. It was Marsh's maiden ODI hundred, surely many more to come. Well played boss. 270/3

RT Ponting* b Kumar 45 45 3 1 100.00
38.5 Done in by the slower one this time. It landed back of length on the middle, Ponting went for the pull but didn't pick the change of pace and the middle stump has been pegged back 236/2

CL White c Tendulkar b Kumar 57 33 2 5 172.72
49.6 Super catch by Tendulkar at sweeper cover and he throws the ball down on the ground in disgust. It was the full delivery well outside off, sliced again by White and Tendulkar rushes in and dives forward to take a neat catch. What a mammoth target set up by Australia. Super duper batting from them. 350/4

MEK Hussey not out 31 22 1 2 140.90

Extras (lb 6, w 5, nb 1) 12

Total (4 wickets; 50 overs) 350 (7.00 runs per over)
Did not bat AC Voges, GA Manou†, NM Hauritz, DE Bollinger, BW Hilfenhaus, CJ McKay
Fall of wickets1-145 (Watson, 25.2 ov), 2-236 (Ponting, 38.5 ov), 3-270 (Marsh, 42.5 ov), 4-350 (White, 49.6 ov)

Bowling O M R W Econ
P Kumar 9 0 68 2 7.55 (1w)
38.5 to Ponting, Done in by the slower one this time. It landed back of length on the middle, Ponting went for the pull but didn't pick the change of pace and the middle stump has been pegged back 236/2

49.6 to White, Super catch by Tendulkar at sweeper cover and he throws the ball down on the ground in disgust. It was the full delivery well outside off, sliced again by White and Tendulkar rushes in and dives forward to take a neat catch. What a mammoth target set up by Australia. Super duper batting from them. 350/4


A Nehra 10 0 79 1 7.90 (2w)
42.5 to Marsh, Marsh's fine innings comes to an end courtesy a good catch by Gambhir at long-on. Marsh had lofted the length delivery high towards long-on where Gambhir back-pedaled before lunging towards his right to take it. It was Marsh's maiden ODI hundred, surely many more to come. Well played boss. 270/3


MM Patel 9 0 73 0 8.11 (1nb, 1w)

RA Jadeja 5 0 44 0 8.80

Harbhajan Singh 10 0 44 1 4.40
25.2 to Watson, Watson won't get his ton. Pity, considering how well he played today but that's that. Harbhajan has achieved the breakthrough. It was the loopy flighted delivery on the off stump line, Watson went for the big slog sweep but edged it high to deep midwicket 145/1


Yuvraj Singh 7 0 36 0 5.14


India innings (target: 351 runs from 50 overs) R B 4s 6s SR
V Sehwag c Bollinger b Hilfenhaus 38 30 5 1 126.66
8.5 Bollinger, who dropped Sehwag earlier, finds self-redemption. Good stuff from Hilfy who bowled a bouncer to force Sehwag topedge the pull behind short fine-leg; Bollinger ran back to collect a very good catch 66/1

SR Tendulkar c Hauritz b McKay 175 141 19 4 124.11
47.1 Sachin is gone, the crowd go silent before giving him a standing ovation. Tendulkar moved across the stumps, McKay, known for his slower one, bowled one from back of the hand and it bounced. Tendulkar tries to paddle-scoop it over short fine-leg but alas for him it goes straight up and the fielder takes a dolly. But spare a thought for Sachin. What a great knock this has been. He has entertained one and all with a fabulous innings and taken India close. Will the rest do the job or will it be Chennai 1999 all over again? Can Australia go for the kill? 332/7

G Gambhir c Hilfenhaus b McKay 8 13 1 0 61.53
13.3 Steered straight to third man. what a nice little moment for McKay. His first ODI wicket. It was the short delivery outside off, shoulder high, Gambhir upper cuts it straight to Hilfenhaus 92/2

Yuvraj Singh c & b Watson 9 10 1 0 90.00
18.3 Ah! what a soft dismissal. It was a short-of-length delivery on the leg and middle line, Yuvraj tries to tuck it to square-leg for a single and lobs a dolly back to the delighted Watson who roars 126/3

MS Dhoni*† c Voges b McKay 6 15 0 0 40.00
23.3 What a catch by Voges. Superb interception at point. It was short and wide, asking to be hit , and Dhoni carved it low to right of backward point where Voges makes a stunning diving catch. Tendulkar stands alone. 162/4

SK Raina c †Manou b Watson 59 59 3 3 100.00
42.3 And then they were five. It was the short delivery, Raina top-edges the pull and Manou runs back to take a very good tumbling catch. Fine supporting act comes to an end. 299/5

Harbhajan Singh c †Manou b Watson 0 2 0 0 0.00
42.6 Double strike by Watson and Australia roar back in style. The famed Australianism; they refuse to fade away. It was the length delivery straightening outside off, Harbhajan tries to wrist to the point/ thirdman region but gets a feather nick. Tendulkar is still there and India's hopes rest on his big broad bat. 300/6

RA Jadeja run out (White/McKay) 23 17 3 0 135.29
47.4 McKay to Kumar, It looks like Chennai 1999 here folks. Exit SRT and the collapse begins. Jadeja is run out He was run out last game under similar pressure condition and he has succumbed again. It was pushed straight to cover and Jadjea sets for a non-existent single. PK does the obvious thing: sends him back but too late. The throw comes in to the bowler who takes out the stumps. Australian fielders erupt in joy 333/8

P Kumar run out (Hauritz/†Manou) 9 9 0 1 100.00
49.4 from Watson, Hauritz you beauty! Hauritz with the deadly throw and PK is run out. It was referred to third umpire,. It was driven hard to left of long-off and they go for the second run. Hauritz fires it to the striker's end where PK is scampering hard. He reaches out with his bat and tries to slide it in. Perhaps, he should have tried to dive in. The ball rushes past him, reaches Manou who breaks the stumps with the bat just outside the line! Australianism prevails. They refused to fade away, refused to give an inch and India, despite a great knock from Sachin, fall short. Just like that last dismissal. What a game. Immense fun. 347/10

A Nehra c Hussey b Bollinger 1 2 0 0 50.00
48.1 And then they were two. Australia rock on. What a wonderful fighting performance from Oz. IT was the full delivery and Nehra chips it straight to long-on! The crowd fall silent as Nehra trudges off. In the middle, a cloud of yellow are in charge and celebrating in the huddle. 335/9

MM Patel not out 2 3 0 0 66.66

Extras (b 1, lb 5, w 8, nb 3) 17

Total (all out; 49.4 overs) 347 (6.98 runs per over)
Fall of wickets1-66 (Sehwag, 8.5 ov), 2-92 (Gambhir, 13.3 ov), 3-126 (Yuvraj Singh, 18.3 ov), 4-162 (Dhoni, 23.3 ov), 5-299 (Raina, 42.3 ov), 6-300 (Harbhajan Singh, 42.6 ov), 7-332 (Tendulkar, 47.1 ov), 8-333 (Jadeja, 47.4 ov), 9-335 (Nehra, 48.1 ov), 10-347 (Kumar, 49.4 ov)

Bowling O M R W Econ
BW Hilfenhaus 10 0 72 1 7.20 (1nb, 3w)
8.5 to Sehwag, Bollinger, who dropped Sehwag earlier, finds self-redemption. Good stuff from Hilfy who bowled a bouncer to force Sehwag topedge the pull behind short fine-leg; Bollinger ran back to collect a very good catch 66/1


DE Bollinger 10 0 75 1 7.50 (2nb, 3w)
48.1 to Nehra, And then they were two. Australia rock on. What a wonderful fighting performance from Oz. IT was the full delivery and Nehra chips it straight to long-on! The crowd fall silent as Nehra trudges off. In the middle, a cloud of yellow are in charge and celebrating in the huddle. 335/9


CJ McKay 10 0 59 3 5.90 (2w)
13.3 to Gambhir, Steered straight to third man. what a nice little moment for McKay. His first ODI wicket. It was the short delivery outside off, shoulder high, Gambhir upper cuts it straight to Hilfenhaus 92/2

23.3 to Dhoni, What a catch by Voges. Superb interception at point. It was short and wide, asking to be hit , and Dhoni carved it low to right of backward point where Voges makes a stunning diving catch. Tendulkar stands alone. 162/4

47.1 to Tendulkar, Sachin is gone, the crowd go silent before giving him a standing ovation. Tendulkar moved across the stumps, McKay, known for his slower one, bowled one from back of the hand and it bounced. Tendulkar tries to paddle-scoop it over short fine-leg but alas for him it goes straight up and the fielder takes a dolly. But spare a thought for Sachin. What a great knock this has been. He has entertained one and all with a fabulous innings and taken India close. Will the rest do the job or will it be Chennai 1999 all over again? Can Australia go for the kill? 332/7


SR Watson 8.4 0 47 3 5.42
18.3 to Yuvraj Singh, Ah! what a soft dismissal. It was a short-of-length delivery on the leg and middle line, Yuvraj tries to tuck it to square-leg for a single and lobs a dolly back to the delighted Watson who roars 126/3

42.3 to Raina, And then they were five. It was the short delivery, Raina top-edges the pull and Manou runs back to take a very good tumbling catch. Fine supporting act comes to an end. 299/5

42.6 to Harbhajan Singh, Double strike by Watson and Australia roar back in style. The famed Australianism; they refuse to fade away. It was the length delivery straightening outside off, Harbhajan tries to wrist to the point/ thirdman region but gets a feather nick. Tendulkar is still there and India's hopes rest on his big broad bat. 300/6


NM Hauritz 5 0 43 0 8.60

AC Voges 3 0 19 0 6.33

MEK Hussey 3 0 26 0 8.66

Match details
Toss Australia, who chose to bat
Series Australia led the 7-match series 3-2

ODI debut CJ McKay (Australia)
Player of the match SR Tendulkar (India)

Umpires EAR de Silva (Sri Lanka) and SK Tarapore
TV umpire SS Hazare
Match referee BC Broad (England)
Reserve umpire S Ravi
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