Kaif labels Sachin as ‘Lord Krishna’

Former India cricketer Mohammad Kaif was recognised as one of the best fielders in Indian cricket history. He has been an incredible part of Indian cricket. During his playing days, Kaif has always been a player with so much potential. He has saved so many runs and has taken remarkable catches for the team. He retired from all forms of cricket on July 13, 2018.

Kaif labels Sachin as 'Lord Krishna'
Mohammad Kaif

On July 13m in 2002 Mohammad Kaif hogged the limelight as he played a crucial match-winning knock against England in the NatWest Trophy final to help India win the series in England soil.

Chasing a mammoth 326, India found themselves in troubled waters after being restricted to 146/5 before Mohammed Kaif and Yuvraj Singh turned things around for the team.

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Yuvraj Singh scored 69 off 63 whereas Kaif chipped in with 87 not out off 75 and 69. These two vital knocks helped India register a memorable win from the jaws of defeat.

In 125 ODIs, Mohammed Kaif scored 2,753 runs averaging 32.01 with 2 centuries to his name. In Tests, he scored 324 runs from 13 innings and a century.

Meanwhile, Kaif drew plaudits on social media platform after the former UP captain posted an image on Twitter with batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar, who was labelled as Lord Krishna in it.

“My Sudama moment with Lord Krishna,” Kaif’s caption read.

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