Sachin Tendulkar wants an Indian to break his record
Gwalior: Master batsman Sachin Tendulkar said records are meant to be broken and he would be glad to see an Indian eclipsing his epic unbeaten 200 that he smashed against South Africa.
Tendulkar became the first cricketer to hit a double century in the four-decade-long history of one day cricket but the Indian reckoned even this record would be bettered some day.
"No record is unbreakable. Records are made to be broken and I would like to see an Indian breaking this record," Tendulkar said, dedicating the knock to all his fans.
The greatest accumulator of runs in the history of cricket, Tendulkar possesses nearly all major batting record even though he insisted he never chased milestones.
"I do not play for records. I play for enjoyment and for my passion for the game. I did not start playing cricket for breaking records.”
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