After the legendary Sunil Gavaskar, it was our cricket God Sachin Tendulkar’s turn to be booed off on the field by the Wankhede crowd. Sunil Gavaskar in his last international innings against England in the 1987 World Cup semi-final was booed after he floored before England swing bowler Philip Defreitas.
It was real shock for Sachin Tendulkar when he was hooted by cricket fans in his home ground and in a Test match that too which is a landmark in his memorable line of business
I think it would have been really tough for the most capped Indian Test Player to hear cheers and jeers from the same stadium. Moreover we Indians are really cruel on our part as when player plays good and make records we cheer for him but if, god forbid, he is not able to score as per his previous record and status we start booing.
Question here is are we all perfects in our fields to boo for some one who is at least trying to make us win as a nation if not then I wish we all get cleared of for what we did with our own player at Wankhede stadium.
As a certain Ravi Shastri and he will tell you a thing or two about the feeling of being heckled by the Indian crowds.