Thank you Mahi for a great journey, says Sachin Tendulkar

Updated: 13 November 2013 23:46 IST

Sachin also took to Twitter to thank his fans for all the love and affection over the past 24 years.

Thank you Mahi for a great journey, says Sachin Tendulkar

MS Dhoni was among the billions who received a personally autographed photo from Sachin Tendulkar as part of BCCI's tribute to the Master Blaster.


The Board of Control for Cricket in India's #ThankYouSachin campaign on the social networking site - Twitter - received an overwhelming response from Sachin's fans across the nation.

During the ongoing Test series between India and the West Indies, all Twitter users who sent an appreciative message for Tendulkar to the @BCCI handle with #ThankYouSachin would instantaneously receive a Tweet from @BCCI with a momentous picture of Sachin, including a personalised message and signature in his handwriting.

MS Dhoni was one of the billion 'fans' who tweeted.



Dhoni received an instant photo of him with Sachin, with the words 'Dear Mahi, the moments of our journey will stay with me forever...'

Sachin also took to Twitter to thank his fans for all the love and affection over the past 24 years. (Sachin zone)





India and West Indies will do battle from Thursday in the second and final Test of the series. This will be Sachin's last match in international cricket as the Master Blaster draws the curtains on a glorious career. (Read: Match preview)

Speaking prior to the match MS Dhoni said, ""I would like him (Tendulkar) to enjoy his last Test match. As much as you want him to score a hundred, double hundred or triple hundred, you can't guarantee performance." (Read: Full story)



Topics : Cricket Sachin Tendulkar MS Dhoni
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