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God of Cricket’s 47th birthday: Social Media is full of buzz wishes “Happy Birthday to Sachin Tendulkar

As the God of Cricket turned 47 on Friday, He contributed all his life to Cricket and made many great records that are still unbreakable.

Sachin Tendulkar turned 47 on Friday with wishes pouring in from all parts of the globe for the cricket legend. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) posted a tribute video on its official Twitter handle on Sachin Tendulkar’s birthday. “As the Master Blaster @sachin_rt turns 47, we relive one of his great knocks against England in 2008. He dedicated this ton – 41st in Test cricket, to the victims of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack,” the caption of the video read. The current coach of the Indian cricket team, Ravi Shastri, was among the first to wish Sachin Tendulkar, tweeting “Happy Birthday, Bossman. The legacy you’ve left behind in the sport is immortal. God bless Champ”.

BCCI (The Board of Control for Cricket in India) wishes by tributing him as video post on its official Twitter handle on Sachin Tendulkar’s birthday. “As the Master Blaster @sachin_rt turns 47, we relive one of his great knocks against England in 2008.

Social media is pouring with full of wishes to Sachin and trend the hashtags: #HappyBirthdaySachin, #SachinTendulkar, “Master Blaster,” #SachinABillionDreams

One of the best batsmen to ever take the field, Sachin Tendulkar, has various records to his name. 

The Master Blaster, as he is so frequently alluded to, played 664 global matches – 200 Tests, 463 ODIs and one T20I. 

He amassed 15,921 runs in the most extended arrangement, averaging 53.78 with 51 centuries and 68 half-hundreds of years. 

The batting phenom was similarly productive in one-day Cricket, scoring 18,426 runs at a normal of 44.83 with 49 hundred and 96 fifties. Among the plenty of records, he was the primary individual to penetrate the 200-mark in 50-over Cricket. 

Sachin Tendulkar played only one Twenty20 International (T20I) in 2006 against South Africa in Johannesburg, where he scored ten runs. 

The legend called time on his cricketing profession in 2013. 

Tendulkar, much like other previous and current cricketers over the globe, is investing energy at home amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

As of late, he had vowed to take care of 5,000 individuals for a month. 

In March this year, the batting innings had given Rs 25 lakh each to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund and the Chief Minister of Maharashtra’s Relief Fund to help the fight against COVID-19. 

Tendulkar was additionally among the 40 world-class sports persons with whom PM Narendra Modi had a video gathering to examine the overall circumstance on April 3.

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