Tendulkar discloses what he told Kohli after Getting Out in 2011 WC Final

Sachin Tendulkar is one of the most iconic figures in the cricket fraternity. He has done so much for the country by slicing and timing the balls to perfection and in the process, he went about his business and created many records.

Ever since the legendary cricketer’s retirement, people broke into tears and it was difficult to take it to their hearts, especially Sachin fans. They even came to a conclusion that only humans are playing cricket now as the ‘God of cricket’ called it quits from the sport.

His style of play attracted the entire world to look at him. The moment he holds the bat gives us goosebumps and the way he plays straight drives is a class apart. Nowadays, he is quite active on the social media platform, sending congratulatory wishes to Indian athletes, wishing on festival days.

Yes, he was a God on the cricket field but above all, he is a good human being as well. Sachin Tendulkar is the only cricketer in the history of the sport to have smashed 100 international centuries (49 centuries in ODIs and 51 centuries in ODIs).

Notably, he is also the leading run-scorer in the history of Test and ODI cricket. Sachin Tendulkar scored 18,426 runs in ODIs whereas he scored 15921 runs in the longest format of the game.

Tendulkar discloses what he told Kohli after Getting Out in 2011 WC Final

We all know that Sachin Tendulkar said something to Virat Kohli while he was walking to the dugout after getting out in the 2011 World Cup final against Sri Lanka at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

During a recent interactive session with fans on Twitter, Sachin Tendulkar was asked by a fan about what he told Virat Kohli after getting out. To which, Sachin Tendulkar replied, “Ab bhi ball thoda swing ho raha hai! (The ball is still swinging)”.