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Sachin waves goodbye to ODIs


Tendulkar began his long career against Pakistan at Gujranwala on December 18, 1989 played a record number of 463 one-day internationals, scored a world record 18426 runs at 44.83 with 49 centuries, 96 half centuries, with an unbeaten 200 as the highest and with 192 sixes, 2013 fours. He also held 140 catches






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