Johnson special, enjoyed his aggressive approach: Tendulkar

New delhi,November 17: Indian icon Sachin Tendulkar today paid tribute to retiring Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson, describing him as a special bowler.

Johnson today announced that he would retire from international cricket at the end of the ongoing Test against New Zealand in Perth.

The 34-year-old will end his Test career after playing 73 match in which he took 310 wickets with 8/61 being his best effort.

In a 154-match ODI career, Johnson snared 239 scalps with 6/31 being his best.

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