Sachin is sixth Indian cricket Hall of Fame
July 20, 2019
Cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, who has inspired millions of people, is truly India's pride. He has broken many records in cricket. Here is yet another golden feather to add to his cap. Tendulkar has been inducted into the Hall of Fame of International Cricket Council (ICC). He will be the sixth Indian to achieve this remarkable entry after others including Kapil Dev, Sunil Gavaskar, Bishan Singh Bedi, Rahul Dravid and Anil Kumble.
Along with Tendulkar, South African bowling legend Allan Donald and Australian woman cricketer Cathryn Fitzpatrick were also added to the prestigious 'Hall of Fame' by the ICC.
Humbled and happy to be inducted into the #ICCHallOfFame. A lot of people have contributed towards helping me become who I am today. A big thank you to my family, friends & fans across the globe for the love & support. Congratulations to Cathryn Fitzpatrick & @AllanDonald33- Sachin Tendulkar, Former Indian Cricketer.
46 year old Tendulkar, who still remains to be the cricketer with maximum number of runs to his credit, have played the game with legends of world cricket. Since he entered the world of cricket at a very young age, he has many years of experience too. A right hand batsman, Sachin is also known for his calm and composed manner in which he handles the game.
Tendulakr's fans on social media could not hide their excitement.
"The legendary Sachin Tendulkar has been inducted to ICC hall of fame.The god of cricket who carried our hopes whenever he came to bat", tweeted a fan Upenda Tudu.
"The best thing that could ever happen to @ICC Hall of Fame has just happened! Sachin Tendulkar becomes the 87th Cricketer & 6th to be inducted", tweeted Prathamesh Barah, another fan.