In the first match of World Cup 2019, Sachin did a commentary debut
The names of such three cricketers, who will be on the lookout for Sachin
Sports desk The first match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 was played between England and South Africa, which the hosts won by 104 runs. During the match, Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar also debuted his commentary. His Segment was named 'Sachin Opens Agen'. During the show, when he was asked about the name of his favorite non-Indian batsman and bowler in this tournament, who can surprise everyone with his performance in this World Cup. So he also went straight to his name without any diplomatic, the name of his favorite batsman and bowler.
The name of these three players taken by Sachin …
When Sachin was asked about the World Cup's best overseas batsmen, he took the name of Australian cricketer David Warner. While praising Warner, Sachin said, "I saw him play IPL for the last time, he was hungry for runs. In April, the circumstances in India were quite different from here (England), but after this, they proved that they were at the top of it. Warner is a fit cricketer, but during the IPL, his fitness level was at one level. "
After this, when Sachin was asked about his favorite non-Indian bowler, he looked a little confused. But soon he told the name of his favorite baller. He said – I would like to see Jopra Archer. He is a bowler who can stop the batsmen, and whenever England needs a wicket, they can pull them towards him. '
It is a special thing that Archer has proved the right thing to Sachin in this match. Archer, playing his first World Cup match for his career, hit three wickets for 27 runs in a match against South Africa.
After this, Tendulkar told his next choice to leg-spinner Rashid Khan of Afghanistan. He said, 'Apart from Archer, I am also very excited to see Rashid Khan. I am confident that in this World Cup, he is going to play an important role in the success of Afghanistan. "
– Regarding his commentary debut, he said, "I know, I am feeling exactly like what happened in Pakistan in the year 1989, now it is 2019 and I still feel that way. 30 years have passed, I am not a cricket bat but a microphone. I look forward to this. '