New Delhi: Sachin Tendulkar is facing severe criticism for his failure to score runs in the past one year leading to suggestions that he should take retirement from international cricket. Adding another name to the list, former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Tuesday criticised Tendulkar’s form and said that he would have retired if he was at Sachin’s place.

Ganguly also added that the Master Blaster should announce his retirement after the fourth and last Test against England in Nagpur. Tendulkar scored 76 runs in the first innings of Kolkata Test which was his second Test fifty in 2012. Tendulkar in  2012 has scored runs at a meager average of 25.

Former England Test captain Michael Vaughan also believes it is time for Sachin Tendulkar to hang up his boots from International cricket for the sake of his team following a string of poor performances during the ongoing Test series.

Former India cricketer and member of selection committee Mohinder Amarnath also said that Sachin Tendulkar should quit international cricket as he no longer can play the way he used to in the past.


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