Sachin Tendulkar, the Cricket God, has now taken to the streets of Mumbai, playing cricket on the side of a street. 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.
Well, it looks Sachin Tendulkar has gone back to his roots.
The video of the master blaster playing roadside cricket in Mumbai with few boys is going viral on social media. "Master Blaster good to See you enjoying like Old times!"
Dressed casually in white shirt and blue denims, Sachin got down his swanky vehicle and met the metro workers who were playing cricket.
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It's been close to five years since the God of Cricket walked away into the sunset at the Wankhede Stadium, bowing out of global cricket after 24 years of playing the game at the top-most level.
For most of his life, Tendulkar has lived a life under constant public scrutiny.
After retiring from International Cricket in 2013, Sachin kept his association with Mumbai Indians, standing as their team icon and continues to appear at IPL matches. His presence in the team adds to confidence of the side led by captain Rohit Sharma and coached by Mahela Jayawardene of Sri Lanka. 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.