Sachin Tendulkar celebrated his 51st birthday, at his own ‘Sachin Tendulkar Girls Foundation’

This time Sachin celebrated his birthday in a different way; he celebrated it with his wife and his Sachin Tendulkar Girls Foundation.

To celebrate his 51st birthday yesterday, Sachin reached his foundation, where he played football, cut cake, ate food, and also talked a lot with the girls. His wife, Anjali Tendulkar, was also there with him, and she also spent time with the girls.


He is heard telling children that he is not the team captain while playing football in the video. He said that Anjali Tendulkar, his wife, is the team’s captain.



All the IPL teams also congratulated him on his birthday. Many big cricketers also tweeted and congratulated him on his birthday.


Irfan Pathan wishes Sachin by saying: When Sachin Tendulkar use to play those gorgeous straight drive I had a privilage to stand on the non striker’s end. This is the story will be told to my grand kids. May you have blessed birthday with happiness, health and abundance of Karisma, which u carry with u all the time. Happy birthday, Paaji!


Parthiv Patel said: Happy Birthday, Master Blaster! 

Have a blessed day, and I hope the year ahead is full of adventures, laughter, and happiness.


Aakash Chopra said: Happy Birthday Legend 


Hope you have a fantastic year ahead. Love and respect, always.


We give our best birthday wishes to the Master Blaster for everything he has done for the country, both on and off the field. The nation was enthralled with his final match on November 16, 2013, as it was their hero’s farewell. We also sincerely thank him for instilling in all of us the belief that height is not important, but rather the depth of commitment and passion needed to achieve any goal.


Last year, Sachin celebrated his birthday by cutting a cake after the match between the Mumbai Indians and Punjab Kings at Wankhede Stadium.


Sachin became the youngest Indian cricket player to feature in an international match when he made his debut in 1989, aged just 16, in a Test match against Pakistan.

Throughout his lengthy and committed cricket career, he broke and set countless records, going on to achieve enormous success and make history on multiple occasions.

Known as the “Master Blaster,” Sachin concluded his career with 18,426 runs in 463 one-day internationals and 15,921 runs in Tests. 

He accomplished a remarkable feat in March 2012 when he hit his 100th international century against Bangladesh in an Asia Cup encounter. 51 of the 100 centuries occurred in tests.


On November 13, 2013, Sachin Tendulkar announced his retirement from international cricket after competing in his 200th and last Test match of an excellent career against the West Indies in front of his home crowd at the Wankhede Stadium. Following his professional career retirement, Tendulkar has been active in charitable activities and commentary.