27 years of Sachin's Test debut: Cricketers, B-Town celebs wish the legend

Updated: Nov 23, 2016, 11:21 IST | mid-day online correspondent

It was on 15th November 1989 in Karachi, when a young Sachin Tendulkar from Mumbai stepped in for the first time on the field against team Pakistan

It was on 15th November 1989 in Karachi, when a young Sachin Tendulkar, from Mumbai stepped in for the first time on the field against team Pakistan for his international Test debut.

Ever since, Sachin Tendulkar has had an amazing journey in cricket setting numerous records and benchmarks in the game. The batting maestro has received many accolades from round the world for his stupendous performance time and again.

His illustrious career lasted for 24 years and Tendulkar’s debut as a 16-year-old young lad is a living example of a successful cricketer for many cricket fans.

As this day has been marked as a special one on Indian cricket’s calendar, social media site Twitter was flooded with tweets and wishes dedicated to the cricketer. Fans and followers spanning from cricket to Bollywood congratulated Sachin with warm wishes.

 Virat Kohli was one of those who took to Twitter and congratulated Sachin on his successful carrer

 

How can Sachin not revert back? For him it was dream to play for the country and his humble tweet says it all!

Playing for the country was always a dream. What a memorable moment it was! Time has flown quickly indeed, but you weren't any slower either https://t.co/eBm6nhK4pJ

— sachin tendulkar (@sachin_rt) November 15, 2016

 

Cricketers from team pakistan like Waqar Younis remembered their first game with Sachin even after 27 long years

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