Sachin Tendulkar ranged his 47th birthday on Friday and Indian Captain Virat Kohli came up with a special birthday message to extend his wishes to the master blaster.
Sachin Tendulkar has celebrated his 47th birthday on Friday and the entire cricket fraternity greeted the Indian Cricket Legend with wishes on Social Media. India team Captain Virat Kohli took to Twitter to share his picture with legendary Sachin Tendulkar and wrote a heartfelt message to wish the Master Blaster of the world who is the highest run-getter in International Cricket. “Happy birthday to the man whose passion for the game of cricket has inspired many. Wishing you an amazing year ahead Paaji! @sachintendulkar”, Virat captioned his post.
Apart from Kohli Virendra Sehwag also extended his wishes to Tendulkar on Social media. True that the great man could stop time in India when he is on pitch batting for the team. But the biggest inspiration @sachin_rt Paaji’s career is summed up in there two epic pictures. Much needed to remember that in these difficult times after every adversity comes victory #HappyBirthdaySachin.
Sachin Tendulkar has retired from the International cricket in the year 2013 by making all the major records. He is the only player in the history of the Indian cricket to have scored 100 international hundreds. The Indian batting legend has made 51 centuries in Test Cricket while in the 50 over format, Sachin Tendulkar managed to get surpass the hundred mark 49 times.
Sachin Tendulkar is also the first male cricketer who scored a double century in an ODI match. He has served the Indian Cricket team fro 24 years and during this period he represented the country in six World Cups. Sachin Tendulkar who played just one 20-20 International was part of Mumbai Indians for six seasons in the IPL league. He scored 2,334 runs in the IPL league in 2011. Sachin Tendulkar like other cricketers across the world is spending time at home during the Coronavirus Pandemic. The former Indian cricketer has pledged to feed 5,000 people for a month in the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic.