New Delhi: Stuart Broad has possibly become cricket's main enemy and will be trending all night. He struck in the second session of play on Saturday to halt Sachin Tendulkar and with him, all hopes of a 100th ton in the first innings of the match for the batsman.
Lord's hosted Sachin for the first time in 1990 and he scored all of 10 in the first innings. 11 years and several milestones later, he managed 34 runs with the land-mark being put off for another innings.
The reception that the Little Master received earlier in the day, was emphatic with hopes of his 100th ton looming large. Sachin did not disappoint as he combined with Rahul Dravid to keep the score ticking. The duo looked lethal till Broad found the edge of Sachin's bat and Graeme Swann completed the catch in the slip cordon.