It must have been a shocker then, for unassuming fans playing next to a Colaba-Bandra Metro line-3 barricade in Mumbai, when Sachin Tendulkar himself walked out of his auto and joined them to play some late-night gully cricket on the streets of Bandra. To the good old days of playing the game of cricket on the streets. Later, other users went on to post the complete video that shows Sachin coming out of his vehicle and then approaching youngsters who are indulged in a game of street cricket.
It seems like the IPL fever is making Sachin, who retired in 2013, really miss the field. 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. In the video, Tendulkar is batting in front of a police barricade, which was acting as a makeshift wicket and was playing shots on the leg-side - those wrists coming into play. The boys were also seen seeking blessings from the God of Cricket.More news: 2 bodies, vehicle found after California family's SUV went into river
According to the NDTV, Sachin is now involved in the IPL 2018 with Mumbai Indians as the team icon. Sachin is a legendary cricketer and how he maintained his dignity inside the ground and outside the ground made him a human that defined cricket as a gentleman's game. Across 78 matches for MI, Sachin scored 2,334 runs, including a century and 13 fifties.