Amol Muzumdar Always Missed the Element of Luck, Says Sachin Tendulkar

Amol Muzumdar retired from competitive cricket on September 25. Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar hailed him as a dedicated and sincere individual.

updated: September 26, 2014 15:00 IST
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Amol Muzumdar (R) with his coach Ramakant Achrekar before announcing his retirement.


New Delhi: Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar and India batsman Rohit Sharma took to twitter to pay rich tributes to their one-time teammate and Mumbai legend Amol Muzumdar, who announced his retirement from competitive cricket on Thursday.

"One thing that #AmolMuzumdar always missed, the element of luck. Always dedicated and pursued his talent with passion and sincerity," Tendulkar wrote on his twitter page.

"Amol's spirit left a mark and batting made a statement. Best wishes and welcome to the band of retired!," he added.

Rohit, whose maiden first-class season for Mumbai was under Mujumdar's captaincy termed his as an "unsung hero".

"Amol Muzumdar the unsung hero of Mumbai cricket retires leaving behind a tremendous record!Always put his whole heart into his game #Respect," Rohit tweeted.

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