The world’s greatest batsman Sachin Tendulkar may have scored 100 centuries in international cricket but everyone always remembers his innings in which his bat did not score a century. Tendulkar has scored 7 centuries against Pakistan. Wasim Akram to Shoaib Akhtar have completely washed the ball. There have been many memorable Tests too, but former Pakistan captain Inzamam has described the innings at the 2003 World Cup as the best.
India offspinner Ravichandran Ashwin has shared a video of his conversation with Inzamam on his YouTube channel. In it, Inzamam spoke about Sachin’s best play. Asked about the match played at Centurion in South Africa, Ashwin said, “India-Pakistan match in the 2003 World Cup.” Pakistan scored big. Saeed Anwar scored a century, but Sehwag and Sachin did better than that. India won the match. Halfway through the match, did you think that score was enough? This can be avoided. ”
Inzamam said, “I think we scored 277 runs (233 runs) in that ODI. We had Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis and Shoaib Akhtar. Fast bowling was a condition. The match was held at Centurion, South Africa. We think so.” “We have scored very well. I have seen Tendulkar play for many years. I have not seen Tendulkar play as well as he did in that match. He was bowling in front of him. It was a condition and a form of play. He was dismissed for 98 by Shoaib Akhtar.” I think it was Sachin’s best innings.
Inzamam added, “Tendulkar had relieved the pressure. It was easy for the batsman to come down. If your top order batsman is playing three fast bowlers like this, then the pressure on the bottom batsmen is over. So I think it was Tendulkar’s best.” Scored. Saeed Anwar hit 101 off 126 balls. It was difficult to get this score between Akram, Younis and Akhtar.
Tendulkar and Sehwag chased down the Pakistani bowlers. The duo completed a 50-run partnership in 5.3 overs. Younis then dismissed Sehwag. Tendulkar continued to play aggressively. He hit 12 fours and a six in his innings. He came to the point on an unforgettable ball from Akhtar. It is one of the best shots in World Cup history. Rahul Dravid scored an unbeaten 44 off 76 balls and Yuvraj scored an unbeaten 0 off 53 balls to give India a one-wicket victory.