Celebs congratulate Sachin on Twitter

Updated: 19 December 2010 15:54 IST

Wishes and congratulatory messages started pouring in on Twitter for Sachin Tendulkar as soon as he brought up the 50th Test hundred.

New Delhi:

Wishes and congratulatory messages started pouring in on Twitter for Sachin Tendulkar as soon as he brought up the 50th Test hundred of his career on Day 4 of the first Test against South Africa in Centurion.

Past and current players, and celebrities from all walks of life posted their messages for the Little Master on the micro-blogging site:

Sanjay Manjrekar: "He has got it finally! and judging from his reaction..meant a lot to him...the 50th test ton..this is one record that is there to stay."

Yuvraj Singh: "Greatest achievement by a bats man ever! His name is sachinnnnnnn tendulkarrrrrrrrrr!! Wooohooooooooo."

Melody Queen Lata Mangeshkar: Sachin ...iske aage hum, aur Kya kahein? Heartiest congratulations! U have brought further glory to d country! God bless u!

Cricket expert Harsha Bhogle posted: "All great players redefine their profession.50 Test hundreds was considered unthinkable. Sachin has done it."

Shashi Tharoor: Tendulkar's 50th Test hundred! Amongst his most important for India, saved us from humiliation. Thrilled!Admiration unbounded for

Tennis star Mahesh Bhupathi: Sachin is an inspiration

Iain O'Brien: "Congrats you little massive legend!"

Aakash Chopra: Paying tribute to the master...Brilliant effort, Paji. Congrats on your 50th century. Majority of players don't even play that many Test matches in their entire career. And here's a man rewriting history books every other day!

Graeme Smith: Congrats to @sachin_rt on 50th..!sometimes its about doing what you have too!we found a way in last session.spk tomorrow I'm going to bed-)

Sania Mirza: woooowww..Sachin Tendulkar greatest batsmen ever!Congratulations

Topics : Cricket Sachin Tendulkar
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