Tendulkar, arguably, India's greatest cricketing icon, took to the Mumbai streets to play cricket. Yes, Indian batting maestro indeed captured on camera playing gully cricket in the lanes of Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) with metro workers!
He has entertained fans in some of the iconic cricketing venues like Lords, Wankhede, MCG etc to name the few.
The video of the master blaster playing roadside cricket in Mumbai with few boys is going viral on social media.
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.
Recently, the master blaster Sachin Tendulkar was in the news because he donated his entire salary and allowances to the Prime Minister's Relief Fund. Passing by the suburb of Bandra, Tendulkar saw a group of Metro-rail construction workers playing cricket, and pulled his vehicle aside to bat.
Tendulkar is now associated with Indian Premier League (IPL) side Mumbai Indians as their team icon. It's too adorable to see a legend like him play such way like a commoner.
Meanwhile, former Australia cricketer Michael Slater also posted a video on his Instagram account where he is seen playing gully cricket with kids in India. Across 78 matches for MI, Sachin scored 2,334 runs, including a century and 13 fifties.