Sachin Tendulkar was cast in the Road Safety World Finals.© Twitter
Legendary hitter Sachin Tendulkar failed to work his magic with the bat in the final match of the World Road Safety Tournament on Saturday. Come to open the batting game with Naman Ojha for Indian Legends in Raipur, Tendulkar fell for a first ball in front of the legendary former Sri Lankan and international bowling ball Nuwan Kulasekara. The right-hander makes a beautiful serve over a good length outside the tree for Tendulkar. The ball spiraled into Tendulkar and found a large gap between his club and his pad, eventually shaking the stumps.
Meanwhile, pacer Kulasekara was overjoyed when he saw Tendulkar fly away from the tree.
Watch: Nuwan Kulasekara takes Sachin Tendulkar away from the tree
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After Tendulkar’s blow, Suresh Raina also fell cheap (4 runs with 2 balls) before Kulasekara.
However, Naman Ojha managed to stay strong at one end and record a century undefeated to lead India Legends to 195 wins 6 in 20 rounds against Sri Lanka Legends in the final match.
Prior to that, India Legends was reduced to 19 for 2 out of 3 passes. Vinay Kumarman behind, added 90 runs with Ojha for the third stick to put the team in a solid position.
Kumar fell in 21-ball 36 but Ojha continued to fire from one end. He carries his stick with 108 balls no more than 71 balls. His rounds have 15 rounds and 2 innings of 6.
Meanwhile, for Sri Lanka Legends, Kulasekara picked up three points while conceding 29 times in his three passes. Isuru Udana claimed two wickets while Ishan Jayaratne registered one to his name.
Vinay Kumar then tripled, while Abhimanyu Mithun picked up two sticks as India Legends knocked out their opponents 162 to lift the championship trophy.
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