Cricket God Sachin Tendulkar retires from IPL

First time in the IPL, Mumbai Indians have won the trophy of IPL tournament in the 6th season, on 26th May, 2013. Along with the victory of team, “God of Cricket” – Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar has declared the retirement from the IPL. Sachin Tendulkar said that “This is my last IPL and it is a perfect way to end IPL." From the first season of IPL, Sachin has played from the Mumbai Indians and cricket lovers has become so sad by this news that they will no more see their Cricket God Sachin Tendulkar in the next season of the IPL.

Cricket God Sachin Tendulkar retires from IPL

If you glance at the IPL scoreboard, then you can see marvelous numbers on the board. In the 78 IPL matches, Sachin has scored 2334 runs with the 34.83 average and 119.81 strike rate. Moreover, master blaster Sachin Tendulkar has scored 13 half-centuries and one century. When it was asked to Sachin that would he like to play first match of MI in front of home crowd in Mumbai in next season of IPL? Then, he refused to play and said that it is the right time for him to say 'thank you very much' to all the supporters and well-wishers. Sachin has represented Mumbai Indians into the total 86 IPL matches.

Sachin was injured during the match against the Sunrisers Hyderabad and that's why he was not able to play in the final match of IPL 6. Sachin told about the IPL that IPL3 was the second best season after the IPL 6. Now, with the retirement in the IPL, Sachin may play in the Champions League other than first-class cricket matches.

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