Brian Lara hails Sachin Tendulkar’s 241 against Australia as his career’s most disciplined performance

Sachin Tendulkar

Illustrious former cricketer, Brian Lara, said Sachin Tendulkar played the most disciplined Test innings of his career against Australia in 2004.

He took to Instagram and posted a video of Sachin’s Australia Test, in which he had slammed an unbeatable 241* which according to Lara is his most disciplined and one of the best Test matches of his 24-year long career, as a citation to urge his fans for showing a similar discipline in the fight against the deleterious COVID-19 pandemic and to ‘play safe’.

“@sachintendulkar Not was but IS one of the greatest to have played our glorious game. We can all learn the discipline needed to COMBAT anything in life from this performance 241 not out vs Australia. #playsafe #backagainstwall”, he captioned the video.

The iron-willed Master Blaster played that Test match at the Sydney Cricket Ground in 2004 where he played a fantastic inning, smashing a double century, scoring a total of 241* in 436 balls with utter focus and determination. His runs helped the team in setting up a massive score of 705/7 in their first innings. The match resulted in a draw.

Sachin Tendulkar has had a dazzling career with umpteen number of records to his name. The legendary player made his debut in the longest format of the game against Pakistan in 1989, at the age of 16 years. The Little Master then went on to play 200 Test matches, scoring 15,921 in total and 463 ODIs with a total score of 18,426 in all before announcing his retirement from the game in November 2013.

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