Cook may be on verge of becoming the youngest to 10,000 club but Flintoff calls Tendulkar ‘the most complete player ever’

Sachin Tendulkar is inarguably one of the finest cricketers to have ever played cricket. He has scored runs across the globe and has influenced many young minds with his unblemished style of play. He has earned accolades across the globe colossal records which he had scripted.

England’s southpaw Alastair Cook is on the brink of scripting history as he is all set to become the youngest Test cricketer to have scored 10,000 runs. He is just five runs short as he was dismissed for a mere score of 15 runs in the second Test against Sri Lanka at Chester-le-Street.

Former English cricketer Andrew Flintoff who have played cricket with both Tendulkar as well as Cook feels, that the former is more complete player. Flintoff also said that, Cook may surpass Tendulkar in Test cricket but there is no much comparison. Flintoff tweeted saying:

As of now, Cook’s primary aim will be to score the five odd runs and reach the 10,000 runs mark. Tendulkar has amassed 15,921 runs in Test cricket with 51 tons to his name. Cook certainly has a mountain to climb ahead of him.