Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar and former Australian cricket staff quick bowler Glenn McGrath are well-known. When these two gamers had been nose to nose on the sphere, all eyes had been on eagerly to see who would win this time.
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McGrath recalled an incident between Tendulkar and himself at an occasion on Sunday. <! –
Sachin Tendulkar was very offended at McGrath's bouncer being given LBW out at Adelaide Oval and now the Australian veteran additionally admitted that this Indian star ought to have been given SBW out however not LBW.
McGrath additionally recalled some incidents of his discipline battle with Tendulkar in December 1999 when his inferior bouncer hit Sachin's shoulder and umpire Darrel Harper gave him LBW out. Tendulkar was not proud of the choice.
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McGraw mentioned, 'Was it LBW. Maybe it ought to have been SBWA (Shoulder Before Wicket). ' The Australian veteran mentioned of the incident at an occasion, 'Sachin was batting and had simply stepped to the crease and never opened the account. I bounced them. The bouncer normally goes off the highest of his head however he didn’t have a lot bounce that day. He bowed down and hit the ball on his shoulder. Because he’s not tall, so when bowed down, I noticed that the ball was hitting the center stump.
McGraw mentioned, "So I appealed and the umpire gave him out. He was not blissful. He returned to the pavilion. Was it lbw. Maybe it ought to have been SBWA (Shoulder Before Wicket). '
'On many events I even criticized Tendulkar'
The Australian star additional revealed that Tendulkar additionally lashed out at him on some events. McGrath mentioned he at all times loved bowling to legendary batsmen like Brian Lara and Tendulkar.
He mentioned, 'I dismissed him on a number of events and he additionally scored some good centuries in opposition to us. So it was like 50-50 between us.
McGrath additionally referred to the World Cup 2003 closing when he dismissed Tendulkar early and the viewers was not proud of it.