Ranveer Singh Refers to Sachin Tendulkar as the "GOAT" While Replying to His Birthday Wish

Last Update on: July 13th, 2018 at 10:18 am

Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh celebrated his 33rd birthday on 7th July. He is one of the most versatile actors of the Bollywood industry who has given several blockbusters in his relatively brief film career. His role as Allaudin Khilji in the film “Padmavat” was widely acclaimed by all the critics. He has been a sensational actor and is considered one of the best in the modern generation.

On Ranveer’s birthday, Sachin Tendulkar wished him a very happy birthday. Sharing a picture of himself with Ranveer, Tendulkar wrote ‘Happy Birthday” on his twitter handle. Referring to Tendulkar as the Goat, Ranveer thanked him for the gesture. If you didn’t understand what GOAT, it stands for the Greatest of All Time.

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Tendulkar’s career at a brief

Tendulkar is definitely one of the greatest batsmen ever to grace the game. However, there are many who believe that he is the greatest batsman of all time. He speaks volume for his credentials in both Test and the 50 overs format. Making his debut at a tender age of 16, Tendulkar went onto rule international cricket for 24 years.

He holds the record for most number of centuries and most runs in both Tests and ODI cricket. He was simply a genius during his days and took a liking to the Aussies. They were arguably the best team from the late 90’s until the majority of Tendulkar’s career. Some of his shots were simply trademark and had Tendulkar written all over it.

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Ranveer Singh Refers to Sachin Tendulkar as the "GOAT" While Replying to His Birthday Wish

His straight drive and paddle sweep were the two most productive shots during his career. There was not a single shot which he couldn’t play. His international centuries tally of 100 will take a serious beating. Virat Kohli looks a possible candidate to break the record. However, he is still quite far away from reaching the landmark.

Tendulkar retired from international cricket in 2012 after playing 200 Tests, 463 ODI’s and a solitary T20. He made everyone cry with his farewell speech at his home ground, the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. He represented the Mumbai Indians in IPL and finished his IPL career with a championship title.

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