Soon after Kambli posted the video, other users started sharing the complete video, where Sachin can be seen exiting the vehicle and then going towards the youngsters who were playing.
In our cricket insane country, boys playing the sport at every nook and corner of a colony is a common sight.
The youth are shocked to see him join the game. A woman can be heard shrieking "SACHIIIN" at the end of the video. Then, he posed for selfies and showed his bat to the mobile camera.
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According to the NDTV, Sachin is now involved in the IPL 2018 with Mumbai Indians as the team icon. Mumbai Indians have not won a single match this IPL season. In their last match, they succumbed to their third straight defeat losing to Delhi Daredevils by seven wickets when Jason Roy's 91 not out took Delhi home off the last ball of the match.
He has also previously stumped motorists by rolling down his auto windows and telling them about the importance of wearing helmets.
"Master Blaster good to See you enjoying like old times", Kambli wrote as the caption.
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It's so great to see the Master Blaster spread his love for the sport not just at Wankhede stadium, but also on the gullies of Mumbai.
From being a starry-eyed teenager to becoming one of the most respected figures in the Indian dressing room, Sachin Tendulkar's 25-year-long career saw him scale the heights of success.
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