As soon as somebody starts talking about Sachin Tendulkar, we will be reminded of his great knocks like Desert Strom, that knock vs Pakistan in 2003 World Cup, first ODI double hundred and other match winning knocks. But I’m sure that many of you don’t know about Sachin’s most destructive innings of his career. Long way before the start of T20 cricket, Sachin Tendulkar had shown the cricket world how dangerous batsmen can be in the shorter form of the cricket.
I’m talking about India’s tour of New Zealand in 2002. In this series, there was Super Max International match which was basically a 10-over game of 2 innings each for a team. The unique concept of this match was Max zone on the ground. Max zone is the part of the boundary behind the bowler and if the batsmen hit in this region, he will get double the runs. i.e 8 runs for a boundary and 12 runs for a sixer.
Here’s the Video:
Source : The Tight Five
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