एमपीसीए के मुख्य क्यूरेटर को महान बल्लेबाज से मिल गया शानदार गिफ्ट

Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA) Chief Curator Samandar Singh Chauhan has revealed that he got a special gift in hitting great Sachin Tendulkar. He told that the ‘God of Cricket’ has given him his signed T-shirt and shoes as a special gift in Indore.

Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA) chief curator Samandar Singh Chauhan said on Tuesday that batting legend Sachin Tendulkar has given him his signed T-shirt and shoes as a special gift in Indore.

According to Chauhan, Tendulkar gave him the ball that the “master blaster” scored the first double century in international ODI history 12 years ago in Gwalior. Significantly, Tendulkar was in Indore for the last four days in connection with the T20 matches of the Road Safety World Series tournament. The tournament, which is a fast-paced format, features teams from various countries studded with former international cricketers, with Tendulkar leading the India Legends team.

Chouhan told PTI that after the match between India Legends and New Zealand Legends was washed out on Monday night by rain, Tendulkar invited him to his team’s dressing room and as a special gift he was given shoes and a t-shirt with his autograph. However, there is an interesting incident connected with this gift from Tendulkar. The chief curator of the MPCA said that when Tendulkar arrived at the Holkar Stadium in Indore on Sunday for practice, he reached the “Master Blaster” in Gwalior with the ball associated with the double century record he scored in 2010 and was asked to autograph this ball.

Chauhan said, “On seeing this ball, a cheerful Tendulkar asked me if I could gift it to him? I immediately agreed as it was a matter of luck for me.” He said that after the one-day match between India and South Africa played 12 years ago in Gwalior was over, he hit the ball in connection with Tendulkar’s record double century. saved as a memory. The curator, who has more than four decades of experience in to prepare wickets, told that he had prepared the pitch on which Tendulkar made this record at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior.

Tendulkar played an unbeaten innings of 200 runs in 147 balls with the help of 25 fours and three sixes in the ODI against South Africa at Gwalior on 24 February 2010. This was the first double century by a batsman in One Day International cricket. India won the match by a huge margin of 153 runs over South Africa and Tendulkar was named the player of the match.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from the PTI language feed.

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