Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar receives Lawrence Sporting Moment Award

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Former India captain Sachin Tendulkar has received the Laureus Sporting Moment Award. India received the Cricket World Cup after 28 years in 2011 and it was Sachin's final World Cup. After this victory, Indian gamers had taken on the shoulders of Sachin, the God of Cricket, on their shoulders, this second has received the Laureus Sporting Moment i.e.Lores Best Moment within the final 20 years.

Sachin's dream was to be part of the World Cup staff. However, his dream was shattered within the closing of the World Cup performed in South Africa in 2003. <! –

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                 Australia, captained by Ricky Ponting, defeated India, captained by Sourav Ganguly, within the closing. But India, below the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni), defeated Sri Lanka within the closing performed in 2011 on the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, Sachin's house.

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Former Australia captain Steve Waugh introduced the award to Sachin, 46. After receiving the award, Sachin stated, "It is unbelievable. The feeling of winning the World Cup cannot be described in words. How often it happens that different types of ideas come out in a tournament. Very few It is like the whole country celebrating together. "

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He stated, "It shows how big a game is and what magic it casts on our lives. It still stays with me when I see that moment."

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