Sachin Tendulkar's 120 against England in Bangalore, 111 against South Africa in Nagpur, 85 against Pakistan in Chandigarh and 53 against Australia in Ahmedabad – amid a host of other solid cameos – are yours to relive… if you win this vintage DVD.
The 2011 World Cup had it all – from Kamran Akmal's comedy of errors and the awe-inspiring Ricky Ponting to Muttiah Muralitharan's moment of wonder and Mahendra Singh Dhoni's crowning glory.
Arguably above all, though, stood Sachin Tendulkar – on the back of 482 runs in nine matches at the impressive average of 53.55. He was second only to Tillakartne Dilshan – and for good reason.
And Tendulkar's 120 against England in Bangalore, 111 against South Africa in Nagpur, 85 against Pakistan in Chandigarh and 53 against Australia in Ahmedabad – amid a host of other solid cameos – are yours to relive… if you win this vintage DVD.
We've acquired the classic edition of the 'ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 – Complete Collection' box set – and are giving it away to the reader with their fondest memory of Sachin's career, revealed via the Facebook comments tool below.
You have until Friday, 14:00 GMT, when the winner will be announced.
So go on, get to it…
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