During his illustrious playing career, Sachin Tendulkar was rarely ‘yorked’ by Brett Lee on the field, but the legendary batsman was yorked by the former Australian bowling great on Twitter. The interesting exchange of messages began when Lee claimed to have found Sachin Tendulkar’s biggest fan.
Arguably, the greatest batsman of all time, Sachin has millions of fans who treat him nothing less than a demigod. However, Lee, who is currently in Karnataka to commentate in the ongoing Karnataka Premier League, felt that a fan who got Tendulkar’s face inked on his chest.
The former Aussie pace spearhead uploaded the picture on Instagram with the caption: “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.”
Well, the fan could not have asked for a better reply from Tendulkar as he thanked him for the support and also said that he was ‘yorked’ by Lee’s gesture.
“Thanks Binga! You’ve at last yorked me here… ? A big thank you to the fan for all his support ?,” the legendary batsman tweeted.
Thanks Binga! You've at last yorked me here… ?
A big thank you to the fan for all his support ? https://t.co/4cVL2ZMs2t
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) September 12, 2017
Meanwhile, Lee and Tendulkar enjoyed huge success against India and Australia respectively. Tendulkar, who is the highest run-scorer in Tests and ODIs, played 39 Tests against Australia and scored 3630 runs at an average of 55.00 with the help of 11 centuries and 16 half-centuries. His record in ODIs is equally impressive where he scored 3077 runs in 71 matches including nine centuries against the team from Down Under.
Lee, on the other hand, made his Test debut against India and went on to take 53 wickets in 12 games. In ODIs, he took 55 wickets in 32 games against the Men in Blue.
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