Sachin Tendulkar Gets Nostalgic As He Shares Pics Of His Cricket Journey, 35 Years Ago

What comes to your mind when you hear the name cricket?

It is none other than Sachin Tendulkar. People call him the God of Cricket.

Sachin Tendulkar is a famous sportsperson and is also known as the master-blaster. He has not only performed well in the field of cricket and is a good human otherwise as well. He has recently saved a bird who was dying because of this hot climate.

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He does a lot of humanitarian work. Whether it’s routing for the environment or doing charity, Sachin has always done good deeds.

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Sachin took to his Twitter account as he got nostalgic about his cricket journey so far. He posted some photos of the past when he won the World Cup. He has written a very captivating and powerful message which will indeed help people to pursue their dreams.

Here is what the caption read as:

My journey into the World of professional and serious cricket began today, 35 years back. Dreams do come true. Keep chasing them. #WorldCup83 #SportPlayingIndia

Check out his Tweet:

Recently, he was in the news for saving a bird from dying. He posted a video where he was seen feeding a dehydrated bird which landed on his balcony.

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He even went on to say that the bird was attacked by crows which sickened it further. Not only did he feed the black kite with chicken and breadcrumbs, but also he called people from the NGO who specialize in treating animals. He made sure that the bird was fine and encouraged people to rescue the troubled animals. Tendulkar shared the video with a caption, “A good deed brightens a dark world. Always be up to lend a helping hand, be it to humans, birds or animals. Do your bit!”

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by Admin | Tue, Jun 26 - 10:58 AM

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