When The God of Cricket Speaks, You Have To Listen!!!

Sachin Tendulkar – or mostly known around the world as the God of Cricket has broken so many records and set new ones. His journey of 24 years changed the world and taught it so many things. With so many achievements, he released his autobiography ‘Playing it my way.’ Every cricket lover has so many memories of this legend. 

Read this great man and cricketer’s quotes –


“Don’t stop chasing your dreams, because dreams do come true.”

“I have never tried to compare myself to anyone else.”

“The only thing that was on my mind was, “I want to play for India one day,” and I was pretty sure and confident that one day I will.”

“At least with me, the match starts much, much earlier than the actual match.”

“When people throw stones at you, you turn them into milestones.”

“At the start of my career, when I used to toss and turn at night, I was fighting that feeling and wanting to go to sleep. Now I know that’s normal, so I’ll just get up and watch TV or something. I know it’s just my subconscious mind getting ready for the game.”

“If you remain humble, people will give you love and respect even after you have finished with the game. As a parent, I would be happier hearing people say,’ Sachin is a good human being’ than ‘Sachin is a good cricketer’ any day.”

“Chase your dreams…but make sure you don’t find shortcuts…”

“When trying to save a match, the important thing is to set small targets. These can be as little as batting the next five overs, or the next hour, or even a session. If a wicket doesn’t fall for close to a session, the opposition, however much they are in control, are bound to feel pressure. Time was gradually running out for England and restlessness was creeping in.”

“The balance between aggression and caution was crucial.”

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