The Indian skipper, Virat Kohli sent birthday wishes to his idol Sachin Tendulkar.
The Master Blaster is celebrating his 45th Birthday today. Virat Kohli has followed the same path of success that was taken by Sachin Tendulkar many years back.
In fact, the Indian skipper has been able to better Tendulkar’s record. Virat Kohli has matched the success of Master Blaster in the limited-overs. Meanwhile, Virat Kohli always looked up to his idol for all the inspiration.
Virat Kohli has followed the same path of Sachin Tendulkar.
Sachin Tendulkar needs no introduction in the cricket world. The former legendary Indian batsman is regarded as one of the best batsmen to have embraced the game. Sachin is known to inspire many players, and his contribution to Indian cricket is massive.
Before bidding farewell to cricket, Sachin had scored 15,921 Test runs, and 18,426 ODI runs and numerous other records to his name.
Winning the World Cup in 2011 was the most memorable moment of Sachin’s career.
Sachin Tendulkar made his debut against Pakistan in 1989 and went on to become the God of Cricket.
More than his records, he was instrumental in contributing to the success of the Indian team.
It is cognizance of the fact that Sachin Tendulkar had an excellent illustrious career which spanned for almost 24 years.
The Master Blaster was instrumental in taking Indian Cricket to new heights. Subsequently, the former right-hander always played the game in the right spirit and never let the fame get to his head.
Sachin Tendulkar played a considerable role in making India a cricket loving country. Tendulkar accomplishments need no introduction, as he was the finest to hold the cricket bat.
Virat Kohli took to his Twitter handle, as he sent his wishes to his idol, Sachin Tendulkar. Kohli’s post read as,
“Wish you a very Happy Birthday @sachin_rt Paaji. ?? You are and will always be the real Master Blaster! ??”.
Here is Kohli post:
Wish you a very Happy Birthday @sachin_rt Paaji. ?? You are and will always be the real Master Blaster! ??
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) April 24, 2018