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Mar 18 • 9 tweets • 2 min read
Most times Top Scorer for each Team

𝗠𝘂𝗺𝗯𝗮𝗶 𝗜𝗻𝗱𝗶𝗮𝗻𝘀
40 - Rohit Sharma
21 - Sachin Tendulkar
21 - Suryakumar
20 - Ambati Rayudu
17 - Kieron Pollard
15 - Ishan Kishan
13 - Quinton de Kock
12 - Lendl Simmons

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33 - Suresh Raina
26 - Faf Duplessis
21 - MS Dhoni
15 - Ruturaj Gaikwad
13 - Michael Hussey
13 - Ambati Rayudu
12 - Murali Vijay
12 - Matthew Hayden

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Nov 16, 2023 • 4 tweets • 10 min read
#OnThisDay in 2013

𝗦𝗮𝗰𝗵𝗶𝗻 𝗧𝗲𝗻𝗱𝘂𝗹𝗸𝗮𝗿 retired from Intl Cricket 💔

Here is Sachin's Full Farewell Speech👇

"All my friends. Settle down let me talk, I will get more and more emotional (crowd gets louder as he composes himself). My life, between 22 yards for 24 years, it is hard to believe that that wonderful journey has come to an end, but I would like to take this opportunity to thank people who have played an important role in my life. Also, for the first time in my life I am carrying this list, to remember all the names in case I forget someone. I hope you understand. It's getting a little bit difficult to talk but I will manage.

The most important person in my life, and I have missed him a lot since 1999 when he passed away, my father. Without his guidance, I don't think I would have been standing here in front of you. He gave me freedom at the age of 11, and told me that [I should] chase my dreams, but make sure you do not find shortcuts. The path might be difficult but don't give up, and I have simply followed his instructions. Above all, he told me to be a nice human being, which I will continue to do and try my best. Every time I have done something special [and] showed my bat, it was [for] my father.

My mother, I don't know how she dealt with such a naughty child like me. I was not easy to manage. She must be extremely patient. For a mother, the most important thing is that her child remains safe and healthy and fit. That was what she was most bothered and worried about. She took care of me for the last 24 years that I have played for India, but even before that she started praying for me the day I started playing cricket. She just prayed and prayed and I think her prayers and blessings have given me the strength to go out and perform, so a big thank you to my mother for all the sacrifices.

In my school days, for four years, I stayed with my uncle and aunt because my school was quite far from my home, and they treated me like their son. My aunt, after having had a hard day's play, I would be half asleep and she would be feeding me food so I could go again and play tomorrow. I can't forget these moments. I am like their son and I am glad it has continued to be the same way.

My eldest brother, Nitin, and his family, have always encouraged me. My eldest brother doesn't like to talk much, but the one thing he always told me is that whatever you do, I know you will always give it 100%, and that I have full faith and confidence in you. His encouragement meant a lot to me. My sister, Savita, and her family, was no different. The first cricket bat of my life was presented to me by my sister. It was a Kashmir willow bat. But that is where the journey began. She is one of those many who still continue to fast when I bat, so thank you very much.

Ajit, my brother, now what do I talk about him? I don't know. We have lived this dream together. He was the one who sacrificed his career for my cricket. He spotted the spark in me. And it all started from the age of 11 when he took me to Archrekar sir, my coach, and from there on my life changed. You will find this hard to believe but even last night he called to discuss my dismissal, knowing that there was a remote chance of batting again, but just the habit we have developed, the rapport we have developed, since my birth, has continued and it will continue. Maybe when I'm not playing cricket we will still be discussing technique.

Various things we agreed upon, my technique, and so many technical things which I didn't agree with him, we have had arguments and disagreements, but when I look back at all these things in my life, I would have been a lesser cricketer.

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Image The most beautiful thing happened to me in 1990 when I met my wife, Anjali. Those were special years and it has continued and will always continue that way. I know Anjali, being a doctor; there was a wonderful career in front of her. When we decided to have a family, Anjali took the initiative to step back and say that 'you continue with your cricket and I will take the responsibility of the family'.

Without that, I don't think I would have been able to play cricket freely and without stress. Thanks for bearing with all my fuss and all my frustrations, and all sorts of rubbish that I have spoken. Thanks for bearing with me and always staying by my side through all the ups and downs. You are the best partnership I've had in my life.

Then, the two precious diamonds of my life, Sara and Arjun. They have already grown up. My daughter is 16, my son is 14. Time has flown by. I wanted to spend so much time with them on special occasions like their birthdays, their annual days, their sports day, going on holidays, whatever. I have missed out on all those things. Thanks for your understanding. Both of you have been so, so special to me you cannot imagine. I promise you [that] for 14 and 16 years I have not spent enough time with both of you, but the next 16 years or even beyond that, everything is for you.

My in-laws, Anand Mehta and Annabel, both have been so, so supportive [and] loving and caring. I have discussed on various things in life, generally with them, and have taken their advice. You know, it's so important to have a strong family who is always with you and who are guiding you. Before you start clapping, the most important thing they did was allowing me to marry Anjali, so thank you very much.

In the last 24 years that I have played for India I have made new friends, and before that I have had friends from my childhood. They have all had a terrific contribution. As and when I have called them to come and bowl to me at the nets, they have left their work aside to come and help me. Be it joining me on holidays and having discussions with me on cricket, or how I was a little stressed and wanting to find a solution so I can perform better.

All those moments my friends were with me. Even for when I was injured, I would wake up in the morning because I couldn't sleep and thought that my career was over because of injuries, that is when my friends have woken up at 3 o'clock in the morning to drive with me and make me believe that my career was not over. Life would be incomplete without all those friends. Thanks for being there for me.

My cricket career started when I was 11. The turning point of my career was when my brother (Ajit) took me to Achrekar sir. I was extremely delighted to see him up in the stands. Normally he sits in front of the television and he watches all the games that I play. When I was 11/12, those were the days when I used to hop back on his scooter and play a couple of practice matches a day. The first half the innings I would be batting at Shivaji Park, the second half, at some other match in Azad Maidan. He would take me all over Mumbai to make sure I got match practice.

On a lighter note, in the last 29 years, sir has never ever said 'well played' to me because he thought I would get complacent and I would stop working hard. Maybe he can push his luck and wish me now, well done on my career, because there are no more matches, sir, in my life. I will be witnessing cricket, and cricket will always stay in my heart, but you have had an immense contribution in my life, so thank you very much.

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Jun 17, 2023 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
Happy Birthday 𝗦𝗵𝗮𝗻𝗲 𝗪𝗮𝘁𝘀𝗼𝗻 💙

- Player of the Tournament in 2012 T20WC

- Only Player to Score Century & Pick 4fer in all formats

- Highest Rating Points by All-rounder in T20I (557)

- Only Player to win 4 consecutive M.O.M Awards in ICC tournament

(1/n) Image - Highest Unbeaten ODI Score while Chasing (185*)

- Most M.O.M Awards for AUS In ICC Tournament (10)

- Only player to win 4 M.O.M Awards in a T20WC tournament (2012)

- Most times Scoring 50+ runs & picking atleast 1 Wicket in a T20I match (9 times)

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Apr 29, 2023 • 87 tweets • 18 min read
#HappyBirthdayRohit 💙💥

Here is Few Records of Rohit Sharma 👇

⏩⏩INTL CRICKET⏪⏪

- Most runs in a calendar year as Opener

- Most 100s in a calendar year as opener

- Only Player to score 100s in all
3 formats against 4 different Opponents

(1/n) Image - 1st player to win M.O.M Award in all ICC Tournaments (WC, CT, T20WC, WTC)

- Most % of Runs in Wins for India

- Only Player to Score Century In all Formats In a Single Tour (vs SL)

- Only Indian with 50+ Average in 3 Different ICC Tournaments

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Dec 30, 2022 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
Few Records by @imVkohli in 2022 👇

- Fastest to 24000 runs

- Fastest to 71 Intl Centuries

- Highest T20I Score for India

- Most runs in T20I

- Most 50+ Scores in T20Is

- Most runs in T20WC

- Fastest to 1000 runs in Asia Cup

- Joint Most T20 100s among Indians

(1/n) - Fastest to Hit 44 ODI 100s (256 Inngs)

- Fastest to Score 200 50+ Scores

- Most M.O.M Awards in Asia Cup (6)

- Most T20I M.O.M Awards (15)

- Most top Scores in T20I (36)

- Most runs for India in Asia Cup

- Most balls Faced in T20I format

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Dec 30, 2022 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
Few Records by @ImRo45 in 2022 👇

- Most 6s in T20I format (182)

- 1st Player to be part of 100 T20I Wins

- Least Inngs taken to Hit 500 6s

- Part of Most Wins in T20WC (25)

- 1st to Score 3000 T20I runs in Wins

- Most Wins in Overseas among Indians

(1/n) - Most T20I Wins by Captain in a Year (21)

- 1st Indian to Play 7 Asia Cups

- 1st Indian to Play 8 T20WCs

- Most Matches in Asia Cup (31)

- Part of Most Wins in SENA Among Asians

- Most Capped Player in T20WC (39)

- Fastest Captain to Win 50 Intl matches (62)

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Dec 10, 2022 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Innings Taken by Sachin/Kohli to Score their each Century

1 - 21/13
2 - 46/17
3 - 54/33
4 - 66/34
5 - 82/45
6 - 94/70
7 - 103/72
8 - 121/80
9 - 126/90
10 - 132/101
11 - 135/102
12 - 144/104
13 - 155/105
14 - 158/108
15 - 163/112
16 - 166/126
17 - 173/139
18 - 176/152

(1/n) 19 - 177/155
20 - 199/160
21 - 202/162
22 - 211/171
23 - 225/175
24 - 231/183
25 - 232/184
26 - 248/210
27 - 261/215
28 - 263/216
29 - 267/217
30 - 273/220
31 - 274/222
32 - 277/228
33 - 281/240
34 - 283/251
35 - 288/261
36 - 291/262
37 - 294/276
38 - 296/285
39 - 303/289

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