Tendulkar steals the spotlight after North gets his groove back

Tendulkar steals the spotlight after North gets his groove back

Bangalore : India | Oct 11, 2010 at 2:25 AM PDT
Source: Wellington Dominion
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A delirious crowd celebrated Sachin Tendulkar's marvellous milestone of 14,000 test runs in the closing moments of day two, but the second test still leans toward Australia...The great maestro finished yesterday unbeaten on 44, and will resume in Bangalore today with opener Murali Vijay... FULL ARTICLE AT Wellington Dominion
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