Master Blaster Sachin
Tendulkar has declared his departure from ODI (One Day International cricket).
“I have obvious
to give up work from the One Day format of the game. I feel holy to have satisfied
the dream of existence part of a World Cup wining Indian squad. The foundation
process to protect the World Cup in 2015 must begin initial and in right serious.
I would like to desire the team all the very best for the upcoming. I am forever
thankful to all my well-wishers for their total support and love over the
years,” Sachin Tendulkar said in a report on Sunday.
“Indian batting legend Master Sachin
Tendulkar states superannuation from the one day format of the game,” the BCCI
tweeted on Sunday sunrise.
The Cricket God made his ODI debut alongside
Pakistan in 1989. In his careers that reach over two periods, he played in 463
ODIs scoring 18,426 runs (49 centuries, 96 Half centuries).