Sachin will bid adieu to international cricket after the Test match. In the first innings, Sachin got out after scoring 74 runs.

"I think we put too much pressure on Sachin every time he comes on the crease 'that you should make 100 run'. This is his last match. We should all allow him to enjoy the match more than we enjoy him," the 48-year-old said here at the red carpet of Nickelodeon Kids Awards  onThursday.

"I know him personally and I am worried for him sometimes. I hope he enjoys the match more than we enjoy it and he has a good time saying farewell," added Shah Rukh, who is a fan of the game and owns the Kolkata Knight Riders team in the Indian Premier League.

(Agencies)

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