One of essentially the most profitable opening pairs in Indian cricket historical past, Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly have fashioned 176 partnerships in ODIs. During this time, each of them scored 8,227 runs at a mean of 47.55.
However, former Indian captain Ganguly feels that if these two gamers had an opportunity to play with the present ODI guidelines, they might have scored 4,000 runs extra.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) posted the figures of those two on its Twitter and wrote, "No other pair has crossed the 6,000-plus mark in ODIs."
– Sourav Ganguly (@ SGanguly99) May 12, 2020
Sachin wrote on this tweet that if each of them have been taking part in with the present guidelines, they might have scored much more runs. <! –
Sachin tweeted, "This has refreshed the old priests grandma. What do you think how many more runs were scored if we played outside the circle with four players and two new balls."
Ganguly instantly responded to this, "4,000 more runs .. two new balls .. It seems like a cover drive in the first over."