Sachin's Bowling Performance

Sachin's Bowling Performance

Hi guys,
Every time v r discussing about our masters batting performance, this time lets discuss about our masters bowling performances.
so far sachin has taken 154 ODI Wickets with the best of 5/32 Against Australia
First Wicket [R S Mahanama (c: K S More) ]
100th Wicket [S R Waugh (c: A B Agarkar) ]
He has taken
73 Caught
30 Bowled
22 Stumping
18 Lbw
11 Caught & Bowled

Incident 1;

South Africa needed 6 runs off the last over... !!

Calcutta, 24 November 1993
Sachin Tendulkar had provided evidence of his steely nerve two years earlier at the WACA, picking up the final wicket against West Indies to give India the most improbable of ties. Now, when Brian McMillan's bold hitting threatened to silence a large crowd at the Eden Gardens, it was once again Tendulkar whom Mohammad Azharuddin turned to. For South Africa the match had appeared lost when Anil Kumble and Ajay Jadeja precipitated a slide to 145 for 7, but then McMillan and Dave Richardson added 44 to leave South Africa needing just six from the final over.
Azhar's unexpected gambit perplexed many, but it also got the crowd buzzing. Richardson had been run out in the previous over, but South Africa didn't learn any lessons. With Tendulkar bowling seam-up, McMillan attempted two off the opening delivery. Fanie de Villiers was run out going for the second, which brought in Donald to face a baying crowd and an excited Tendulkar.
de Villiers' skill with the ball didn't quite extend to willow-wielding, and with Vijay Yadav providing plenty of advice and encouragement from behind the stumps, Tendulkar reeled off three successive dot-balls. Donald managed to scamper a single off the penultimate delivery, and McMillan was left needing to wallop four for victory. Azhar took his time setting the field, and with the noise building to an ear-splitting crescendo, Tendulkar gambolled in. McMillan had an almighty heave but didn't connect cleanly, and though the batsmen ran a single - McMillan chastising himself furiously - it was the Indians who raised the roof.
India won the match by 2 runs.. Sachin 1-0-3-0

Incident 2:

WI needed 6 runs off last ovr......!!!

At Perth, December 6 (day/night) 1991.
World series in Aus
Toss: West Indies.
A spirited rearguard action by the West Indian tail created an exciting finish to a match made tedious by the bowlers' easy dominance. The ball deviated copiously, in the air and off the seam, giving them a simple task against batsmen on both sides lacking form and confidence. Although India survived all but 14 balls of their allotted 50 overs, their meagre 126 included only two fours, both from Shastri.
West Indies lost Haynes to Kapil Dev's first delivery, and their innings followed the same dreary pattern. They were on the run until their eighth wicket fell, with 51 wanted. But Ambrose and Cummins showed more will than the recognised batsmen, and were 14 runs from victory when Ambrose was run out. A superb slip catch by Azharuddin, off Tendulkar's part-time medium pace, claimed the last wicket with the scores level.
Match Tied
Sachin 1-0-5-1