Pakistan’s great spinner Sakhalen Mushtaq has given a big statement about Sachin Tendulkar. Sakhalen Mushtaq described the innings of 136 runs played by Sachin Tendulkar during the Chennai Test in 1999 as better than Sehwag’s triple century.
According to Sakailan Mushtaq, he keeps the innings played in Sachin Tendulkar’s 1999 Chennai Test above the 309 runs played by Virender Sehwag in Multan in 2004.
Sakhalen Mushtaq said that Sachin Tendulkar’s innings was against the Pakistan team which was ready and going on to win the match while Sehwag’s innings came on the first day on Multan’s pitch.
Sakailan Mushtaq said in a YouTube show, ‘I will put the 136 runs scored in the second innings of Sachin’s Chennai Test, above Sehwag’s triple century, because we went there with complete preparation. It was a fighting match, the best competition was happening there.
Saqilan Mushtaq said, ‘There was no fight in Multan in the year 2004 and that triple century was hit in the first innings and not in the second innings. On the first day of the pitch in the first innings, no one was ready. His parents’ good deeds and some of his good deeds helped him.
Saqilan Mushtaq said, “By the way, only the innings of both Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag are counted among the best innings played against Pakistan.”
Let us know that under the captaincy of Wasim Akram, the Pakistan team won the Test match against India in Chennai in 1999 by 12 runs.
The challenge of Sachin Tendulkar was in front of the legendary Pakistan bowlers. Sachin Tendulkar had scored 136 runs in India’s second innings.