Michael Vaughan wants Tendulkar to call it a day
Zeenews Sports Bureau
New Delhi: While batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar is facing criticism for his poor form of late, former England skipper Michael Vaughan joined the debating societies reckoning that the time has come for Tendulkar to call it a day.
The England veteran, who played 82 Tests, tweeted, “Sschin is one of my all time heroes...One of the greatest to grace the cricket field.. But I do feel the time has Come for him to move aside (Sic).”
The 38-year-old further tweeted that the legends of the Indian cricket like Laxman, Dravid and Ganguly retired at the right time.
“All sports people have to retire at some stage...Laxman, Dravid, Ganguly all legends retired at the right time for the team...”
Tendulkar has been off-colour for quite some time now and several cricket experts have voiced forth their opinions suggesting the Little Master should hang his boots before it’s too late.
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