Sachin Tendulkar 50th Birthday: Former Indian team cricketer master blaster Sachin Tendulkar is celebrating his 50th birthday. Sachin Tendulkar was born on 24 April 1973 in Mumbai. Sachin, who started his cricket career against Pakistan in 1989, helped a lot in taking cricket to a new level in the country.
Sachin Tendulkar was born on 24th and he has a very special relationship with it. This is the most important date in Sachin’s life. On this day he has achieved many records. At the same time, his marriage also took place on this day. Sachin Tendulkar was married to Anjali on 24 May 1995. Sachin and Anjali’s first child, their son, was also born on the 24th. Arjun Tendulkar was born on 24 September 1999.
Achieved many milestones in international cricket as well
Apart from family, Sachin Tendulkar has also achieved many milestones in international cricket on 24th. Sachin’s international cricket career was 1989-2013 i.e. 24 years. On this day i.e. 24th, Sachin had also made a miraculous partnership of 664* runs. After which he got a permanent place in the Indian team. Apart from this, he has made many other big records on this date.
24 February 1988: Historic partnership with Vinod Kambli
Sachin Tendulkar came into the limelight 35 years ago today, due to which he got recognition in the cricket world and his name became known everywhere in the world. In fact, on this day, he shared a miraculous unbeaten 664-run partnership with Vinod Kambli in the semi-finals of the Harris Shield. Sachin was unbeaten on 326 and Vinod Kambli on 349 during that partnership. It was a historic partnership. Due to this, he got a chance to play in the Indian team in 1989.
24 November 1989: History was created against Pakistan
Sachin made his first half-century (59 runs) of his Test career on this day at the age of 16. In his first tour against Pakistan in Faisalabad, he achieved this feat at the youngest age and created history.
24 February 2010: Became the first player to score a double century
On 24 February 2010 i.e. 13 years ago today, Sachin played that historic innings at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior, which no one has forgotten. He scored the first double century in the 39-year history of ODI cricket by playing an unbeaten 200 against South Africa. After him many players have repeated this feat. Sachin had scored 200 runs in 147 balls.