Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
Sports | By Jonathan Ford

Sachin Tendulkar plays cricket on Mumbai streets with fans

Sachin Tendulkar plays cricket on Mumbai streets with fans

After watching Sachin bat in the video, you can not help feeling nostalgic about the good old days before the star cricketer's retirement in 2013.

It seems, even after five years of his worldwide retirement, the child-like enthusiasm with which he approaches cricket, especially his batting, has not diminished one bit.

Indian cricket superstar Sachin Tendulkar stunned his fans on Monday evening as he joined a group of youth playing cricket on Mumbai streets.

The other participants in the game seemed taken aback when they saw Tendulkar emerge from a auto and proceed towards them. The 44-year-old former Indian skipper plays a few balls, till fans passing by in cars notice that its none other than the legend who wore #10, and stop by for selfies. To the good old days of playing the game of cricket on the streets.

The master blaster who once a entertained the crowd with his bat retired from the sport in 2013.

"SACHIIIIN!" a lady shrieks towards the end of this video, shared by Vinod Kambli on Twitter.

The video of the master blaster playing roadside cricket in Mumbai with few boys is going viral on social media.

Tendulkar is now serving as the mentor of Mumbai Indians (MI), the Indian Premier League franchise for whom he played between 2008 and 2013. They are set to take on the Royal Challengers Bangalore on Tuesday.

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