Kolkata: Observing that Sachin Tendulkar's retirement from international cricket was "imminent", former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Monday hoped the batting legend quits the game on a high. (Also read: Tendulkar, Dravid my best students, says Gavaskar)
"There is too much speculation about his retirement, which is putting pressure on him. While I believe his retirement is not very far, I hope he bids adieu with his bat held high. He should leave the game only after playing a match-wining knock," said Ganguly.
Ganguly wished that Tendulkar, who on Sunday played career's last Twenty20 match with his Mumbai Indians winning the Champions League Twenty20 title, repeats the same feat with India triumphing over the visiting West Indies against whom he is slated to play his historic 200th Test Match.