Biggest Fan of Sachin Tendulkar Found by Brett Lee
Arguably the greatest ever batsman to grace the game, Sachin Tendulkar remains a massive figure in cricket still years after his retirement from international cricket. With a total of 34,347 international runs and 100 centuries to his name, Tendulkar remains the most celebrated cricketers of all time. He has a massive fan following all across the globe, but former Aussie pacer Brett Lee is of the opinion that he has discovered the biggest fan of Tendulkar.
Taking to his Instagram handle, Lee uploaded a picture of one of Tendulkar’s fans who has inked his tattoo on his chest.
“Hey, @sachintendulkar I think I have found your biggest fan! 1 Proud supporter for sure. I promised him I would show you so here it is #ink,” the post read.Lee while taking the picture of Tendulkar’s fan promised him that he would show the picture of Tendulkar. The former fast bowlers have had numerous battles with Tendulkar and India and both have had some memorable battles with each other.
Lee played 12 Tests and 52 ODI’s against India bagging 53 and 55 wickets respectively. The fierce, fast bowler hung his boots from international cricket in 2012 after playing 76 Tests and 221 ODI’s for his nation. He claimed 380 wickets in ODI’s while 310 wickets in Test. Meanwhile, the Master Blaster always played his A game against the Australian side and boasted of a tremendous record against them in both formats of the game. In his illustrious career, Tendulkar has smashed 20 out of his 100 international centuries against the World Champions.
The legendary batsman scored 3630 runs against the Aussies in 39 Tests at an average of 55 and 3077 runs in 71 ODI’s at an average of 44.59. He has smashed 11 Test centuries and 9 ODI centuries in his illustrious career against Australia.
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