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SACHIN TENDULKAR - What A Man! What A Man! What A Man! What A Miracle Man!
24 Feb, 2010 | Articles on Music, Poetry and Life

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Sachin Tendulkar, the man who was already considered as the most successful cricketer till date got a new status of The GOD of CRICKET on 24th of February 2010. The moment he scored the first ever individual 200th run in the history of the one day contest, the whole world couldn’t do anything but simply bow down in front of the incomparable genius of the little master.

What else can one write about the achievement of the maestro when the veteran Sunil Gavaskar himself expressed his desire to touch the feet of the GOD of Cricket after his historical record made on the auspicious day in Gwalior.
And when I watched the master blaster raising his both hands in the air, looking above towards the sky remembering his beloved father and thanking The Almighty then I only had one thought (or song) in mind at that thrilling moment….which was,
“What A Man! What A Man! What A Man! What A Mighty Good Man!”
“What A Man! What A Man! What A Man! What A Miracle Man!"

Tags : Sachin Tendulkar, The God of Cricket, sunil Gavaskar, Sachin Da, What a Miracle Man, What a Man, Gwalior Cricket Stadium, The History of Cricket, 200 run in One Day International, Sachin Tendulkar at bobbytalkscinema.com
24 Feb 2010 / Comments ( 6 )
Bobby Sing

Thanks Jaspreet!

Kanwal kohli

This aint Cinema, so why is Bobby talking about it

Bobby Sing

Hi Kanwal,
This aint cinema, that is true, But this is PURE PASSION.
And I do have a section in my site which talks about Music & Poetry and Life.

So this was MUSIC playing from the bat, POETRY being written in the record books and LIFE smiling on the greatest player of Cricket - Sachin Tendulkar. 

Keep Logging......Cheers!

Hemant

In last 2 years, there wasn't any Friday or Saturday when I did not visit your site to get your opinion about new releases. However, I was too lazy to leave comment. This time I could not resist myself from appreciating the way you answered Kanwal's query.

It was really wonderful innings and at least it must have erased the memory of India losing to Kenya at the same venue. I remember it because it's my home turf. :)

Bobby Sing

Hi Hemant,
t was really very satisfying and encouraging to know that you have been reading my articles and reviews from the last 2 years. I am really thankful to you for your kind appreciation.

Reading about your long association with the site it really gives me more power to go on with much higher spirits at the site.

A Big Thanks for writing in and hoping to see more comments from your side often.

Cheers!

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