It is common knowledge that Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar breathes, talks and walks cricket. Despite his retirement from the game, he has not been able to forget his affection for it. A recent incident in Mumbai serves as a great example of this. Sachin Tendulkar played gully cricket with young boys working in the roadside hotels of Mumbai. These visuals were shared on Twitter by his childhood friend Vinod Kambli on Twitter. Sachin is seen playing on the busy Dayal Das road in Vile Parle. A cute moment in the video is when a child on the other side of the road begins screaming Sachin’s name excitedly. Tendulkar currently serves as the mentor of the IPL team Mumbai Indians.
— VINOD KAMBLI (@vinodkambli349) April 16, 2018
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