Sachin Tendulkar gives a fitting tribute to Muhammad Ali

Boxing legend Muhammad Ali passed away at the age of 74 after struggling with Parkinson’s disease. He was also admitted to a hospital in Phoenix, Arizona and a respiratory ailment. He is a legend and has been an inspiration for many in the sports world. Many cricketers paid homage to Ali through their Twitter handle and on this occasion Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar too tweeted about his childhood hero. Tendulkar posted a picture of Ali and wrote: READ MORE: Cricket fraternity pays tribute to Muhammad Ali

Ali retired from boxing in 1981 with a massive record to his name which hails of 56 wins, 37 by knockout and five losses. These are the numbers which make him a legend. Tendulkar wished to meet his hero but eventually it didn’t happen as the iconic boxer passed away. Condolences flew in across the globe for the three-time heavyweight world champion as the whole world is mourning on his death. READ MORE: Sachin Tendulkar’s unique record in ODIs which even Shane Warne is envy of