The World Cricket Federation took to social media to send Christmas greetings and wishes to their fans on Sunday. Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar shared with his followers on Twitter that he was celebrating Christmas with children from care centres. “Christmas is a time to spread joy, so when we visited @happyfeethome_ the kids there gave us the biggest smiles. We played, sang, ate cupcakes and clicked pictures. Our #Christmas is made of these Be wonderful strong and lovely kids!” tweeted Tendulkar.
Christmas is a time to spread joy so when we visited @happyfeethome_the kids there gave us the biggest smiles.
We play, sing, eat cupcakes and click pictures.
our #Christmas The beauty created by these strong and lovely children! pic.twitter.com/Welc6ZHcH6
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) December 25, 2022
Indian star batsman Virat Kohli also took to social media to wish his fans a Merry Christmas.
Explosive England batsman Liam Livingstone also sent Christmas wishes to his fans.
“Merry Christmas everyone and have a great day with your friends and family!!” Livingstone tweeted.
Veteran Australian opener David Warner also posted a picture with his family on Instagram, wishing his fans a Merry Christmas.
“Merry Christmas everyone #family @candywarner1,” Warner wrote.
West Indies batsman Nicolas Pulan also sent Christmas wishes to his fans.
“Merry Christmas everyone,” Poooran tweeted.
Former England captain Michael Vaughn also tweeted his well wishes to his fans.
“Merry Christmas to all of you…..Wonderful time with all the family and a toast to absent friends…xx time for some digital detox now…#OnOn #MerryChristmas,” Vaughan tweeted.
South African batsman Faf Du Plessis also took to Twitter to wish his fans a Merry Christmas.
“Merry Christmas everyone. Wonderful time with family…” Du Plessis tweeted.
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