Originally posted by Samuel_Vimes
Tendulkar, chasing 151 for the win, disappointed the hopeful crowd. He hit slowly, ran slowly, and was generally not the grand old Sachin that we all know. With three overs left, he needed to hit 59 - a virtually impossible task, especially considering his 92 was a no-boundary one. His first boundary came two balls later with a splendid cover drive, followed by a four past point with the last ball of the over. Part-timer Arnold was duly hit for 22 with his first over of the tournament. Vaas wasn't much better though, and Tendulkar hit another three fours, meaning that he only needed 18 from the last over. 17 came from the first seven balls, and the final two runs saw him to 152 not out and a last-ball 5-wicket win for India.
This is my double century post
This is called highly intelligent AI pacing the run chase perfectly 8D
No idea how he managed it :duh:
Congrats on the 200