Watch one of the best of the game make bowling attacks look like children.
At his best, Sachin Tendulkar could make facing 150kmh thunderbolts or sharp-turning spin bowling look as easy as shooting fish in a barrel.
For much of his 24-year career Tendulkar was the key wicket opposing teams needed to take if they were to stand any chance of winning.
And now as he closes in on his last game at the top level, fanatix looks back on some of the knocks that helped define the legend who will go down as arguably the best ever too play the game.
His first Test century came in 1990 when he faced England at Old Trafford.
Or who could forget his sizzling knock against a fearsome Australian attack on a Perth pitch that still had plenty of it’s famous pace and bounce back in 1991-92.
Against one of the best bowling attacks in the last 20 years, Tendulkar scored 169 in South Africa in what was a masterful display.
Shane Warne is still probably having nightmares about how Tendulkar took him to task during the Australian’s series in India in 1997-98.
His innings’ were not always about the end result but about the context as well, as Tendulkar scored 136 against Pakistan in 1999.
And this where he helped his side out of massive trouble against the English side when they visited in 2008.
While he might have been wearing colored clothes, Tendulkar showed off some of the best stroke-play ever seen on his way to recording the first ever double ton in an ODI.
His 241 not out against Australia who were at the peak of their powers around the 2004 summer.
Check out the knock the man himself rated as his best in his ODI career as he slays the Pakistan bowling at the 2003 World Cup in South Africa.
And yet again against the Aussies, Sachin shined.