On this day in 1993, Sachin gave an unexpected victory by bowling in the last over, did not allow Africa to make 6 runs in the last over, watch video

On this day in 1993, Sachin gave an unexpected victory by bowling in the last over, did not allow Africa to make 6 runs in the last over, watch video

On this day in 1993, India faced South Africa in the semi-finals of the Hero Cup. The batsmen to be dismissed were Manoj Prabhakar, Ajay Jadeja, Vinod Kambli and Sachin Tendulkar. In this match, India's captain Mohammad Azharuddin scored 90 runs in 118 balls, due to which the Indian team could score 195 runs in 50 overs. Africa's best bowler F de Villiers and Richard took three wickets each.

Chasing the target of 196, the start of the South African team was also not good, their three wickets had fallen on the score of 60. Chasing the score in an important match like the semi-finals is very difficult, after which Hudson took charge of the African team, who scored 62 runs in 112 balls. The bowling was going very well for India. The required run rate for the South African team kept increasing.

South African needed 6 runs in the last over and the ball was in Sachin's hand.

South African team needed 6 runs in the last over to reach the final with 2 wickets remaining. Indian captain Azharuddin stunned everyone and handed the ball to Sachin. On Sachin's first ball, the batsman hit a shot at extra cover, in order to take the second run, the non-striker batsman was run out. After this, the African batsmen could not score any runs on the second and third balls, then scored 1 run on the fourth ball, then dot on the fifth ball, 4 runs were needed to win on the last and but the batsman could score only one run. In this way, thanks to the charismatic bowling of Sachin, India defeated South Africa in the semi-finals. This offer thrown by Sachin is still fresh in the hearts and minds of cricket fans.

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World Chess Championship: Carlsen could not win even on his birthday, fourth game with Nepominsi also draw

World Chess Championship: Carlsen could not win even on his birthday, fourth game with Nepominsi also draw

The current chess world champion Magnus Carlsen could not register a victory in the FIDE World Chess Championship even on his 31st birthday today. Carlsen played the fourth round on the occasion of his birthday today but even today he could not win. Victory is still far from Carlsen. Carlsen was playing the fourth round with Russian challenger candidate Ian Nepominci today which ended in a draw. Russia's Ian Nepominci has not given him a chance to take the lead in any match so far. Chess lovers are waiting for who will bring the storm of victory after the peace of this draw.

Magnus Carlsen, playing with the white piece in the match, started the game by walking to the door of the king, which was answered by Nepominci from the Petrov Defense. Carlson tried to put great pressure on the king of Nepomancy with his elephant and horse, but after Napo's counter-attack, he forced Carlson to become defensive with his elephant's pawn. The game lasted for 33 moves but the bet was inconclusive.

For your information, let us tell you that Carlsen of Norway defeated India's chess player and former number one player Viswanathan Anand to become the world champion at the age of 23. He has retained his World Champion title till date by defeating Sergi Karyakin of Russia and Fabiano Karuana of USA. Now he has 10 matches to save this title once again.

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