Video - Tendulkar On Winning 2011 World Cup
Watch an intimate film that showcases the career of Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar, the 'Little Master', and the only man to have scored 100 international centuries.
He reveals that back in 1983 when India won the World Cup for the first time, he knew little about the game but the win ignited his passion for the game.
Guided by his father, Tendulkar worked extremely hard to make his dream of playing for India come true, going on to enjoy one of the longest and most distinguished careers in the game.
In 2011, 20 years after his debut and five attempts later, he accomplished his second dream by winning the World Cup with India, in front of his home crowd.
He has etched his name in the record books with 100 international centuries, more appearances than any other player and was the first male cricketer to score a double-century in a One-Day International.
He has won the World Cup, the Indian Premier League, the Champions League Twenty20 and countless other award and accolades along the way.
The film is the latest in a series of Defining Moments videos, which has profiled the likes of Leo Messi, Michael Schumacher and Novak Djokovic.
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