Sachin Tendulkar once got the riots pacified in the middle of the match

god of cricket Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) has scored runs in every corner of the world. He has also been the nightmare of many bowlers at that time. Apart from batting well on the field, Sachin was also known for his excellent bowling and fielding. He was an amazing player overall.

At the same time, he never appeared on the field even while doing Bimani. If he was out, Chris would leave before the umpire gave the verdict. In such a situation, once there were riots in the match between India and Pakistan, which Sachin Tendulkar tried very hard to stop.

In 1999, there was an atmosphere of riots between the match between India and Pakistan.

In 1999, on February 19, the Asian Test Championship match between India and Pakistan was being played at the beautiful Eden Gardens in Kolkata. In which the audience was present in good numbers. In which a riot-like atmosphere was created. That match was the first match of the Asian Test Championship and the command of the visiting team was in the hands of Wasim Akram in those days.

Actually, something happened that India needed 279 runs to win that match. Due to which God of Cricket Sachin Tendulkar was run out for 9 runs in the fourth over of the match and in the 43rd over of India’s second innings. After which the tremendous cricketing atmosphere of the ground was turning into riots. The spectators were seen throwing plastic bottles and other items in the ground. At that time the atmosphere in the Eden Gardens was quite hot.

Sachin Tendulkar was run out in such a way that Shoaib Akhtar collided with him before reaching the crease, due to which he was given out to Sachin on appeal by the Pakistan players. But it was clearly visible in the replays of that incident that Shoaib Akhtar had collided with Sachin not by mistake but knowingly, due to which he was out.

This was not being digested by the spectators sitting in the Eden Gardens and they started protesting against it. The spectators had become very angry and started throwing things in the field, there was an atmosphere of complete riots in the ground. But in the meantime Sachin Tendulkar came forward to handle this entire controversy.

Sachin Tendulkar and Jagmohan Dalmiya tried hard to stop the riots

Sachin Tendulkar-Jagmohan Dalmia

When the atmosphere of the ground started deteriorating a lot, at that time Sachin Tendulkar and Jagmohan Dalmiya came forward from the Indian team and they, along with the police, tried their best to pacify the spectators. Sachin Tendulkar and Jagmohan Dalmia, along with the police present in the stadium, made a full request to the audience to calm down. But even after this the matter did not settle down. After which the last day of the match was played in the empty stadium. It is worth mentioning that India lost that match by 46 runs.

Apart from this, if we talk about Sachin Tendulkar’s Test career, then Sachin has played a total of 200 matches in his Test career, in which he has scored 15,921 runs batting at an impressive average of 53.8. Along with this, he has also scored 68 half-centuries and 51 centuries in Test cricket. At the same time, his best batting score was an unbeaten 248 runs in his Test career.