Sachin Tendulkar Birthday : Happiest Birthday to the God of the Cricket
Sachin named his records on almost all the records made by former legends. Sachin Tendulkar, who has made almost every biggest record in cricket, is probably called the God of cricket because he has done the wonders for the country.
Sachin Tendulkar ruled the cricket world for more than two decades. Sachin, who is called the God of Cricket, has made countless records in his career, out of which more than one and a half dozen of his world records are in an unbroken condition. Barring one or two world records, Sachin Tendulkar's 20 world records in the recent past will remain unbroken for the next decade.
Sachin named his records on almost all the records made by former legends. Sachin Tendulkar, who has made almost every biggest record in cricket, is probably called the God of cricket because he has done the wonders for the country, for which he has been known. The five-and-a-half-feet man spent nearly two and a half decades on the 22-yard bar, which is a landmark in itself.
At the age of 12, he scored a century for his school in the Under-17 Harris Shield. When he turned 14, he shared a record partnership of 664 runs with his friend Vinod Kambli. He made his first-class debut for Mumbai at the age of 15 and was part of the Indian team the very next year. In 1989, he played his first test match against Pakistan in Karachi. At the age of 17, he scored his first Test century at the Old Trafford ground in England. He became the youngest century in Test cricket for India.
In the year 2000, he became the first cricketer to score 50 centuries in international cricket. In 2003, he scored 673 runs in the World Cup. This is the record for most runs in a world. He holds the record for scoring the most runs and centuries in both Tests and ODIs. He is the only cricketer to score 100 centuries in international cricket. He retired from international cricket at the Wankhede Ground in Mumbai in 2013.