Indian former legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar loses his temper and slams his bat while playing in the 2010 IPL finals. 2010 IPL finals have been played between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings at DY Patil Sports Academy in Mumbai.
Sachin Tendulkar Slams his Bat
After a long brawl, MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings lift their maiden title by beating Sachin Tendulkar led Mumbai Indians. Many memorable incidents took place in that match which includes the moment where little master Sachin Tendulkar slams his bat towards the ground.
The awkward incident took place when Suresh Raina bowled the 11th over of MI’s innings and Nayar tucked one towards short square leg and set off for a quick single. Tendulkar, however, refused to move and Dhoni got into the act.
The CSK skipper had ample time to aim at the stumps and effected a direct-hit. A visibly upset Tendulkar knew this could turn the tide against Mumbai as he hit the ground with his bat in disgust.
Never Seen Sachin Tendulkar like this
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— 𝑺𝒉𝒆𝒃𝒂𝒔 (@Shebas_10dulkar) September 13, 2020
Sachin Tendulkar who is considered as “God of Cricket” won’t overflow with emotion during the match. But the man of inspiration gets emotionally overflown during this incident as every run is crucial in a match while chasing.
IPL 2010 Finals Match Details
MS Dhoni-led CSK won the toss and elected to bat first and set a target of 168 runs following an unbeaten 57 off 37 balls by Suresh Raina. A collective bowling effort from the Super Kings restricted Mumbai to just 146/9 in 20 overs, resulting in a one-sided affair.
CSK was the first to bat and with Suresh Raina scoring 57 off 35 balls, they were able to take their total to 168/5. In reply, Tendulkar provided them with a good start once again as he scored 48 but with Mumbai Indians losing wickets at regular intervals, CSK was able to clinch their maiden title.
Shadab Jakati got 2 wickets while Muttiah Muralidharan, Doug Bollinger, and Albie Morkel got one each as MI fell short of the target by 22 runs.
Watch 2010 IPL Finals: MI vs CSK