5 amazing things between Lionel Messi and Sachin Tendulkar
Lionel Messi and Sachin Tendulkar has been the most popular sport person in their sport in the world. Though both played very different game but you will find number of similarities between them. Let’s have a look.
The first most common thing between both of them is their Jursey number. Lionel Messi and Sachin Tendulkar’s jursey number is 10. It is said that Jersey no. 10 is usually worn by the most important player of the team.
It is said that number 10 is always worn by the legends in the sports. If we talk about football, it was donned by the football legends like Pele, Maradona and later on by Messi.
In Cricket number of other players also worn jursey number 10. Shahid Afridi, David Miller, Allann Donald and Piter Siddle also wore jursey number 10 but it was actually got publi
city when it was worn by Sachin Tendulkar.
Only few know that Lionel Messi and Sachin Tendulkar’s date of birth is same. Yes it is. Lionel Messi’s date of birth is 24 June whereas Sachin Tendulkar’s date of birth is 24 April.
Lionel Messi and Sachin Tendulkar both won world cup title in their last world cup. All players of Argentia wanted to dedicate 2022’s World Cup to Messi as all Indian players did in the 2012’s Cricket World Cup.
Apart from all this Lionel Messi and Sachin Tendulkar are very good when it comes to taking care of people around them because in sports you need to be really humble.
“You may be the number one player in the world, but your legacy is very important. You need to show gratitude to everyone.” said Suresh Raina former Indian Cricketer.
India lost World Cup final in 2003 and won in 2011. It was an 8-year gap Before Sachin won his maiden World Cup Title.
Argentina lost the World Cup in 2014 and won in 2022. It took 8 years gap. That means the gap of winning the title is same for Lionel Messi and Sachin Tendulkar.
Lionel Messi awarded man of the match in the semi final of 2022 football World Cup whereas Sachin Tendulkar also won the same award in the semi final of 2011’s Cricket World Cup.