Wrong use of personal pronoun in a relative clause

Wrong use of personal pronoun in a relative clause
Don't say:
The book which I lost it was new.
Say:
The book which I lost was new.
Note:
Don't use a personal pronoun as well as a relative in the relative clause if They both refer to the same noun In the first sentence both which and it refer to book.
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Sachin 100

Century 4

Match : South Africa Vs India
Venue : New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg : Year 1992

The pacy Johannesburg track South Africa led by Allan Donald blew away the Indian batting order. All the Indians were ducking, weaving and edging, except Sachin Tendulkar. Out of India's first innings score 227, 111 belonged to Tendulkar. This was India vs South Africa, 2nd Test in 1992.

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