The curtains were finally brought down on the five-match Test series between England and India on Tuesday. The fans of either country experienced magical moments of the game. However, it ended on an emotional note, as Alastair Cook hanged his boots from international cricket. Meanwhile, the all-time great from India, Sachin Tendulkar gave his best wishes to Alastair Cook on his retirement.

Sachin Tendulkar wished all the best to Alastair Cook for his future endeavours after the ruling the Test cricket for 12 long years. The Indian stalwart also shed some praise on the man of the series, Sam Curran.

Alastair Cook, wishing you even better post-retirement innings – Sachin Tendulkar

The all-time leading run-scorer in the world cricket wished the England’s all-time highest run-scorer. Sachin Tendulkar wished Alastair Cook to have even better innings after calling curtains on his game.

England v India 2018, Alastair Cook, Sachin Tendulkar
Alastair Cook. (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

The flamboyant India former batsman went on to congratulate England Cricket for sealing the series with a margin of 4-1. He ended his tweet by showering words of praise on Sam Curran for performing well for his country.

”Congratulations, England Cricket on winning the Test series. Alastair Cook, wishing you even better post-retirement innings. Sam Curran has been the standout player of this series. Smart thinker,” Sachin Tendulkar quoted.

However, as Sachin Tendulkar said, it was a brilliant career for Alastair in Englan Jersey. Meanwhile, Sam Curran made a mark of his own in the series by grabbing all the headlines throughout the series.

Sam Curran,,England
Sam Curran (Credits – Getty)

Alastair Cook signs a three -year deal with Essex:

Despite Cook will be out from the international cricket, he will continue his trade with Essex County Club. He will feature for Essex for the next three years in the County tournaments.

Coming to Sam Curran, possibly, a bright future is ahead for the southpaw. He is already in talks with the Indian Premier League franchise. Hopefully, he will find a place in England ODI setup as well.