London: Sachin Tendulkar might be considered God but the legendary batsman has always worshipped the game of cricket, said former England captain Andrew Strauss in his tribute to the former Indian cricketer on Sunday. (Also read: Master Blaster ends career at 18th spot in ICC Test rankings)
"Cricket made him into a God but, ironically, the game of cricket was what he worshipped," the left-handed opening batsman writes in 'The Sunday Times'.
"Gary Kirsten once described Tendulkar as a 'Professor of Batting'. (Related: 'Sachin is like Maradona')