Sachin Tendulkar dismissed by Shane Shillingford on Day 2 of 1st Test between India and West Indies

Sachin Tendulkar was out for 10 runs © Getty Images (File Photo)

Nov 6, 2013
 
Sachin Tendulkar was dismissed by Shane Shillingford for 10 runs. Shillingford’s doosra hit Tendulkar on the pads. Cheteshwar Pujara too gave his wicket away earlier. India are on 82 for the loss of four wickets on Day Two of first Test between India and West Indies.
 
Pujara went for an upper-cut against Sheldon Cottrell but the batsman failed completely edging straight to wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin.
 
The spectators cheered on his arrival and the master quickly soothed his nerves with a leg-bye. Tendulkar was off smoothly with two deft touch towards the leg-side running away for a boundary off Shane Shillingtford. The two batsmen are left to do some repair job after the openers were sent back early by Shillingford who completed 50 Test wickets .
 
Vijay tried to step forward and go for a stroke but missed the line of the ball completely and was stumped behind the wicket by Denesh Ramdin. It was ironical to see the crowd cheer at the fall of a Indian wicket as they were anxious to see their favourite player Tendulkar come out to bat.
 
There will be enormous pressure on the Master Blaster playing his penultimate Test match.
                                                                                                                                                  
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