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Sachin Tendulkar plays street cricket in Mumbai with local boy

Sachin Tendulkar plays street cricket in Mumbai with local boy

Sachin Tendulkar, the Cricket God, has now taken to the streets of Mumbai, playing cricket on the side of a street. Yes, Indian batting maestro indeed captured on camera playing gully cricket in the lanes of Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) with metro workers!

Watch full video of Tendulkar playing gully cricket with boys on Mumbai street below. A few fans were also able to click selfies with him.

The video shared by Kambli with the caption "Master Blaster good to see you enjoying old times", has since gone viral with fans going insane and retweeting the video.




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. It's too adorable to see a legend like him play such way like a commoner.

It's been close to five years since the God of Cricket walked away into the sunset at the Wankhede Stadium, bowing out of worldwide cricket after 24 years of playing the game at the top-most level. Sachin, who is now Mumbai Indians' team icon, received throw downs even as cars passed by on the side. But now that he's retired from the sport (in 2013), the 'Master Blaster's focus has shifted from competing on the field to outwitting the opposition with his expertise. He played 78 matches for Mumbai Indians and scored 2,334 runs, with one hundred and 13 half-centuries to his name.