‘England had a tough time dismissing Sachin’

Mumbai: Former England skipper Nasser Hussain stated that Sachin Tendulkar had an impressive approach and added that through his captaincy stint, he had a tough time discussing tips on how to dismiss the ‘Master Blaster’.

Hussain was talking at an interplay with Ian Bishop and Elma Smit as a part of the ICC podcast titled ‘Cricket Inside Out’. And, it was then that the former England captain was requested to call a batsman with a superb batting approach.

For me, the approach is getting runs in all elements of the world. I like somebody who performs with delicate palms and lets the ball come to him. Kane Williamson for me has an excellent approach in the present period; he performs the ball late with delicate palms. On account of T20 cricket, gamers, within the trendy recreation, play with arduous palms.

Williamson can play all three codecs and might adapt to all, said Hussain.

Once I speak about all-time batsmen, Tendulkar had an impressive approach. I can’t keep in mind the number of group conferences we used to have simply to debate tips on how to get Tendulkar out, he added.

During the podcast, Bishop additionally stated that Tendulkar was probably the toughest batsman he ever bowled to. ‘Tendulkar is likely one of the most tough batsmen to whom I have bowled in my profession. He used to hit within the straight strains all the time,’ stated Bishop.

Tendulkar probably has the most variety of runs in the longest format, amassing 15,921 runs.

Along the best way, Tendulkar scored 51 Test centuries, most by any participant. Things aren’t completely different in ODI cricket as well.

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