Over two years after making his debut on Twitter, cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar is taking strike on Facebook. The Little Master's Facebook page, at the time of posting this report, has got over 410,000 likes.
Tendulkar welcomed his fans to a Facebook page with a video message. "I'll like to welcome you to my Facebook family. As a child I always dreamt of playing cricket for India and I chased my dream of winning the World Cup for 22 years. It wouldn't have been possible without your support. I wanna take this opportunity to thank all of you for having prayed for me and wish well for me. I look forward to sharing my experience with you, join me on my Facebook so that we both can share this experience and go through this journey together," he said in the message.
Sachin Tendulkar's Facebook page is maintained by a Gurgaon based company Seven3Rockers. The page is also chronicles Tendulkar's cricketing career and lists his major achievements.
Click here to visit the official page of the Master Blaster.
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