Tendulkar’s last match ends in victory

Sachin Tendulkar’s last international cricket match ended in victory for India.

However, the Little Master couldn’t reach a 101st century. He was out for 74, and didn’t have a second innings.

His Indian team-mates formed a guard of honour for him. Many Indians cannot believe such an illustrious is over.

Tendulkar has also been award with the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest honour.

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Tendulkar out for 74 in final innings

Sachin Tendulkar went out for 74 in what is probably his last ever innings.

After stylishly reaching 38 on the first day, the Little Master looked set to record his 101st century.

However, there was stunned silence in Mumbai as the 40 year old was caught out.

Tendulkar makes steady progress in final test

Sachin Tendulkar has made 38 not out on the first day of his final test.

The India batsman, who is 40, is known as the Little Master in India. He is facing the West Indies in his 200th, final test.

After a guard of honour welcoming Tendulkar to the crease, he didn’t begin well. However, by the end of the day, he had an unbroken stand of 80 with Cheteshwar Pujara.

His mother was in attendance. Amazingly, it was the first time she had ever seen her son play in his long career.

Tendulkar is the highest scoring batsman in test history. He has scored thousands of runs in different forms of cricket. He is regarded by many as the greatest batsman of all time.