Sachin stops vehicle, plays gully cricket with youngsters in Mumbai

A screengrab from the video where Sachin Tendulkar can be seen playing cricket with youngsters in Bandra

A screengrab from the video where Sachin Tendulkar can be seen playing cricket with youngsters in Bandra

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.

A few youngsters were in for a pleasant surprise when the legendary Sachin Tendulkar got down from his auto for an impromptu batting session on the streets of Mumbai. 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. Speaking in Marathi, they touched Sachin's feet as the most down-to-earth cricketer greeted and shook hands with them.

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The legend can be seen hitting a rubber ball in front of a barricade that doubles as the stumps.

The other participants in the game seemed taken aback when they saw Tendulkar emerge from a auto and proceed towards them. 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. After watching Sachin bat in the video, you can not help feeling nostalgic about the good old days before the star cricketer's retirement in 2013. Well, it is indeed a dream come true for his die-hard fans as the cricket made their moments special. Sachin Tendulkar also is a co-owner of the badminton team Bengaluru Blasters, which participates in the Premier Badminton League.

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However, Mumbai, led by Rohit Sharma, haven't started the ongoing season on a promising note. Seeing him picking up the bat and hit a boundary was always fascinating.

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