Sachin Tendulkar Crossed Barrier Of 18.000 Runs

Sachin Tendulkar Crossed Barrier Of 18.000 Runs

Ahmedabad : India | Mar 24, 2011 at 8:33 AM PDT
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Sachin Tendulkar is the first player who have ever made 18,000 runs in one-day International in the history of cricket. He completed his 18,000 runs in a match against Australia in Ahmedabad. He scored 53 runs in this match. In his total carrier, he played 450 One-day International and made 48 centuries and 93 fiftees. His average is 45.11 and strike rate is 86.39 . He is the great player. His record can be broken but we need to wait for years.

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