Legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar has remembered his last day in international cricket. Sachin said that after his last Test match, the West Indies Cricket Board and his special friend Brian Lara gave him the gift. Sachin retired from international cricket on 16 November 2013.
Sachin made many records in Sachin’s 24 years long international cricket. When Sachin read his Farewell speech, the whole world came to a standstill. Sachin played 200 matches in his Test career. His last match was against the West Indies in Mumbai.
In a recent tweet, Tendulkar said in a tweet how he was feeling after receiving a gift from the West Indies. Sachin also mentioned the gift he got from Lara.
Sachin praised the West Indies cricket world for the steel drama and expressed his gratitude for love and respect. Sachin tweeted the video, ‘On the same day seven years ago @windiescricket and my friends @BrianLara and @Henrygayle gifted me this cute little steel drum. I will be forever grateful for this magnificent gift and I thank him for his love and respect. Thank you, once again … ‘
Sachin scored 74 runs in his last Test innings. He was caught by Darren Sammy off Narsingh Dionren. After this, Sachin gave a speech at the Wankhede Stadium, which even today, cricket fans get emotional.