Sachin Tendulkar plays cricket with youngsters on Mumbai streets

Paola Ditto
Aprile 17, 2018

Later, other users went on to post the complete video that shows Sachin coming out of his auto and then approaching youngsters who are indulged in a game of street cricket.

When most of the people in India were busy in watching IPL 2018, Sachin Tendulkar revisited his childhood days as he stopped his auto and played "gully" cricket (street cricket) in Mumbai. Yes, Indian batting maestro indeed captured on camera playing gully cricket in the lanes of Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) with metro workers! He seems to be playing with a few employees of a hotel, and while doing that, he was also recognised by a person travelling in a auto.

Soon after Kambli posted the video, other users shared the complete video, where Tendulkar is seen exiting the auto and then going towards the youngsters.

Tendulkar retired from worldwide cricket on November 16, 2013, as the only batsman to have scored 100 global centuries.

We have seen our master blaster Sachin Tendulkar playing cricketing shots on the ground several times but it is rare to see the Bharat Ratna playing street cricket with young boys.

Tendulkar is now serving as the mentor of Mumbai Indians (MI), the Indian Premier League franchise for whom he played between 2008 and 2013. It's too adorable to see a legend like him play such way like a commoner. Across 78 matches for MI, Sachin scored 2,334 runs, including a century and 13 fifties.

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