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Felt So Bad After Sachin’s Dismissal Says Shoaib Akhtar

Sachin Tendulkar, who is batting god of India. It will be a lifetime celebration for any bowler who took his wicket. At any stage of the match, Tendulkar becomes a huge celebration for the opposing team. However, in the 2003 World Cup, when India and Pakistan faced each other, Tendulkar scored 98 and was out couple runs before century. Shoaib Akhtar bowled Sachin, who is known as a replica of the fierce pace.

However, Akhtar has recently revealed that he is not happy after the dismissal of Sachin.  Akhtar explained that scoring a century in a World Cup match was a special one, but he is the reason for missing a special inning for Sachin. Akhtar recalled the wicket of Sachin with a bouncer. Also, he said would have been very happy if Sachin hit the ball to six.

In the World Cup match against South Africa, Pakistan scored 273 for 7 wickets. Sachin’s destructive performance in the target led to Pakistan bowling. He scored 98 off 75 balls and laid the foundation for India’s success. After Shoaib Akhtar bowled Sachin, With Rahul Dravid, and Yuvraj Singh’s performance, India reached the target.

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