Mumbai: Legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar got nostalgic about his past when he got to meet Bee Gees star Barry Gibb. Sachin took to Twitter on Sunday to share a photograph of himself with Gibb, in which the two can be seen posing together while in formals. “I was only four years old when ‘Stayin’ alive’ released. Barry Gibb your songs have always struck a chord with me,” Sachin captioned the image. Gibb is the last remaining member of Bee Gees, which he formed with his brothers Robin and Maurice in the 1960s. They gave hit songs like “Stayin’ alive”, “How deep is your love” and “Tragedy”. Sachin Tendulkar: Did not know the importance of nutrition during my younger days

Maurice passed away in 2003 at the age of 53, following complications with a twisted intestine. Robin, Maurice’s twin, died in 2012 at the age of 62 after battling cancer for several years. The family lost another brother, Andy, who had battled drug addiction, in 1988. Meanwhile, Tendulkar says that he had no knowledge that how important is nutrition when he started playing and only realised when he lost a game because of lack of nutritional intake. “In my younger days when I first started playing cricket, I did not know the importance of nutrition. Cricket being my first love, I was always rushing to play the game. I wasn’t aware what a complete and nutritious diet meant, because of my lack of knowledge on the subject back then,” Sachin told IANS. Wimbledon 2017 semi-final: Sachin Tendulkar arrives to cheer for Roger Federer

“It was the biggest lesson of my life when one fine day, I was playing a match and around lunch time, I lost the game due to lack of nutritional intake… I made up my mind to never let this happen again,” added the master blaster, who is is seen urging the millenials to start the day right in a new TV commercial for the brand Quaker Oats+Milk.