Senior Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar on Wednesday, wished millions of his countrymen on 65th Independence Day celebration and reminisced scoring his first Test century on the same occasion in 1990.
Sachin says, “Happy Independence Day (to all countrymen). It is 65th anniversary. It is a wonderful occasion and hope we keep progressing”.
Sachin Tendulkar also recalled his match-saving first Test century (119) against England at Old Traford on August 14 1990. “It is a co-incident. What can I do? Wonderful memories,” he quipped.
Sachin, sporting a new hairstyle, began preparations for the upcoming New Zealand Test series at a fast-paced practice pitch at National Cricket Academy, soon after flying in here from Mumbai.
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