Previous South African seamer Shaun Pollock has picked the best batsman of his age, and it is none other than Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar.
During the 90s and mid 2000s, the two veterans of the game as often as possible met at whatever point India went head to head against South Africa.
The duel between the two was one of the most anxiously foreseen occasions during the apparatus as the two constantly attempted to best past one another.
While Pollock attempted to hoodwink Sachin with his pestering line and lengths outside the off-stump, the last endeavored to counter-assault through his variety of strokes.
The two additionally had a similar changing area at the Mumbai Indians during the underlying long periods of the competition.
Afterward, Pollock got a mentorship job in the group while Tendulkar played for his darling establishment.
"It was the manner by which well he comprehended his game and how he would alter. He conversed with me once about going to Australia and understanding he was unable to take on the short-pitched conveyances any longer so he would slope the ball over the wicketkeeper and slip," Pollock disclosed to Sky Sports.
"There were times, particularly in the subcontinent, where you thought, 'I don't know we can thump this person over. We were trusting he would commit an error, instead of had a veritable arrangement'," proceeded with Pollock.
Indeed, Pollock has had the better of Tendulkar multiple times in universal cricket his most against any batsman.
In spite of hanging up his boots six years prior, Sachin is still miles in front of the rest in the count of most universal runs and hundreds of years.
Tendulkar has collected a fantastic count of 15921 Test and 18426 ODI runs in his wonderful 24-year long vocation.