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Mumbai All Set to Cheer Sachin for Last Time

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Mumbai All Set to Cheer Sachin for Last Time

November 13
07:53 2013

sachinMumbai, November 13 – Forgetting ticket chaos on Monday when, the official ticket partner, crashed immediately at 11.00 AM – the moment when the tickets were anticipated to go on sale, residents of Mumbai are all set to cheer their star cricketer for last time.

Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium though has the capacity of nearly 33,000 people, but in accordance with recent information, just 4500 tickets were sold to common people. Despite the fact that it led a huge disappointment among the cricket fans, yet they are up once again to applaud for Master Blaster as soon as he arrives in the stadium on Thursday, to play his 200th and last test match against West Indies.

India lead the series by 1-0, decimating West Indies by an innings and 51 runs in Kolkata Test Match. Although Sachin scored 10 runs in the first match played at Eden Gardens, the crowd cheered him waving Indian flag and shouting his name. Sachin mania is expected to be at peak in Mumbai as well and this is said on the evidences that millions of hits on crashed the ticket selling website and even big queue on ticket windows lined up to book tickets anyhow on Monday. As per latest reports, tickets were sold in black also and that too, in double prices.

Preparations in Wankhede Stadium are in final stage. Security will be tight to give rigorous guarding to the players of both Indian and West Indies teams. Cricket fraternities are expecting a good knock from Little Master, keeping in mind his strong will power and passion to get something unachievable.

Yesterday, Sachin Tendulkar preferred being selective in his shots at the nets during practice session in Wankhede prior to his final Test, which starts tomorrow. He even enjoyed watching bowling by his son Arjun Tendulkar.

Sachin reciprocates his love towards audience by hitting good knocks. Same is anticipated tomorrow onwards as well. Toss will be of great importance. If India choose to bat first, then people would love to see Sachin on the ground as soon as possible and if Indian skipper elects to bowl first, then they will expect 2 to 3 wickets from him. All in all, last match of Sachin’s farewell series will be full of excitement, being embedded with a jam-packet stadium.

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