Cricket experts around the world always admire the Legendary Indian batsman, Sachin Tendulkar but an author of the British newspaper, The Telegraph had published a controversial article about Sachin in which he demolished the myth of his greatness. Jonathan Liew, the author of the article blamed that Sachin has never won the Ashes cricket series so his contribution in cricket is negligible. Ashes series is played between Australia and England then how he could blame Sachin?
Another absurd thing that Jonathan told is that there is major involvement of Sachin in the recent phone hacking scandal of “News of the World” newspaper. He further wrote in his article that Sachin is using four feet wide and six inches thick bat to play cricket which is against the ICC rules. According to him, therefore Sachin is looking small in size but he is 6 feet 3 inches tall. In reality, the height of Sachin is only 5 ft 5 inches not 6 ft 3 inches.
He also wrote that Sachin has never made a century at Lord’s as well as his career statistics is luxuriantly massaged through the huge scores against Test minnows like Bangladesh, Zimbabwe and Australia so when you remove these teams from his Test figures his average drops to 0.00 from a total of 0 innings. British newspaper, The Telegraph has to face many troubles after the publication of Jonathan’s controversial article. Sachin can file the case against Jonathan as he insulted him by writing this article. Below this article in newspaper, cricket lovers have given very bad comments to Jonathan.