Sachin Tendulkar plays cricket on Mumbai street with fans

Watch: Sachin stumps his fans, joins a game of gully cricket on Mumbai's streets

Sachin Tendulkar stops car, enjoys gully cricket session on Mumbai street [Video]

When the master blaster came across some youngsters playing cricket at a Metro construction site, he stepped out of the vehicle immediately and started playing them.

A video has gone viral on social media in which Tendulkar, wearing a white shirt and black pants, is seen playing cricket near an under-construction Metro site in Bandra.

After retiring from International Cricket in 2013, Sachin kept his association with Mumbai Indians, standing as their team icon and continues to appear at IPL matches. A video is doing rounds on the streets where Sachin is playing street-cricket with some youngsters.

A video has emerged on the social media that shows the legendary cricketer knocking a few balls on the roadside.

Sachin plays a few backfoot defensive shots after which motorists stop to greet him.

In a star-studded career, he had seen him become the first batsman to cross the 200-run mark in the ODI format, Tendulkar managed to win the 2011 ICC World Cup in his hometown of Mumbai at the Wankhede stadium.

According to the NDTV, Sachin is now involved in the IPL 2018 with Mumbai Indians as the team icon. He is often located wearing the jersey of Rohit Sharma's team and it was under his guidance that the team won last year's tournament easily.

However, Mumbai, led by Rohit Sharma, haven't started the ongoing season on a promising note. In their latest outing against Delhi Daredevils, despite posting a massive 194, Jason Roy's heroics with the bat ensured it was DD who picked the two important points.

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