Because of the aura surrounding the legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar, it is unlikely that any cricket fan in the past three decades has not heard the chanting of “Sachin, Sachin!”
The right-handed batter made his debut for India when he was only 16 years old in the year 1989, and he went on to become one of the best cricket players the world has ever seen.
Even though he retired from professional cricket in 2013, his followers continue to sing his name anytime they see a well-known cricketer. This continues to be the case even though he has been retired since 2013.
A situation quite similar to this one occurred not too long ago, when a video of fans chanting Sachin Tendulkar name while the player was in flight went popular on social media.
Sachin Tendulkar had already boarded the plane, and his devoted followers were overcome with joy and excitement.
Tendulkar, however, did not recognise the fans at that time, as the sign to keep the seatbelts on was being presented, the batting star stated later. He announced it in a tweet and expressed gratitude to the followers for their support.
“Thank you to the passengers on my trip who were screaming my name not too long ago, which brought back memories of when I would come up to bat in the past. Due to the fact that the seatbelt sign was illuminated, I was unable to rise to my feet and meet you.
Saying a hearty hello to everyone at this time, “Tendulkar stated this on the microblogging website while quoting the viral footage of admirers screaming his name while he was travelling by aeroplane.
In spite of the fact that he has been out of the game of cricket for more than nine years, Sachin still manages to break numerous records. He holds the record with the most international centuries, with a total of 100 to his name. He set a record with 51 hundreds in Test matches and 49 hundreds in ODIs.
Tendulkar has amassed a total of 34357 runs throughout his career, making him the player with the most runs in the history of international cricket. He has scored 15921 runs in test matches, which places him in first place, and he also has 18426 runs in one-day international matches, which places him in first place.