When most of the people in India were busy in watching IPL 2018, Sachin Tendulkar revisited his childhood days as he stopped his vehicle and played "gully" cricket (street cricket) in Mumbai. The enthusiastic fans were unable to believe their luck to see Sachin Tendulkar right in front of them playing cricket and taking selfies.
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Former Indian skipper not only batted with his fans but also clicked selfie with them during his late-night adventure.
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Tendulkar is now serving as the mentor of Mumbai Indians (MI), the Indian Premier League franchise for whom he played between 2008 and 2013. Sachin is a legendary cricketer and how he maintained his dignity inside the ground and outside the ground made him a human that defined cricket as a gentleman's game. In a short IPL career, Tendulkar played 78 games and scored 2,334 runs and had one hundred and 13 fifties to his name. 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. 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.