London: He might be the world's greatest batsman right now but Sachin Tendulkar is a human at the end of the day and the Indian will make mistakes if the English bowlers do the basics right in the upcoming Test series, says former captain Michael Vaughan.
"England have to remember Tendulkar is only human. He makes mistakes. They must also forget the verbals. Let the ball do the talking instead. It is what he has done with his bat for 20 years," Vaughan wrote in the 'Daily Telegraph'.
Heaping praise on Tendulkar, who is just one short of a 100th international ton, Vaughan said the veteran right-hander will be key to India's chances in the series starting July 21.