Sachin Tendulkar at an event in Mumbai. Photo courtesy: Twiter
Sachin Tendulkar at an event in Mumbai. Photo courtesy: Twitter

Sachin Tendulkar spent time with underprivileged kids in an event on Tuesday. The event was organised by Aviva India. He spent time mentoring the underprivileged kids. The kids were also served meals from McDonalds. The kids also created  a special board for the India batsman. There were five lucky winners who got a signed bat from the legendary Mumbai batsmen. Sachin said, “Keep working hard towards your passion. Nothing in life comes easy. Always follow your heart to follow your dreams.” While Tendulkar has not tweeted about it, Aviva India shared a lot of pictures about the event on social media account Twitter.

 

 


The Indian cricketing legend, Sachin Tendulkar on Sunday expressed his best wishes towards retiring Sri Lankan legend, Kumar Sangakkara, who played his final innings in international cricket during the 2nd Test against India at the P Sara Oval in Colombo. Although, his final innings did not turn out to be a big one, as he was dismissed for 18 by Ravichandran Ashwin. He was followed by a huge round of applause from both the sides and the crowd as well. Prior to his dismissal, he was given aguard of honour by both the teams, each and everytime he stepped on to the field. Kumar Sangakkara’s final dismissal in Test cricket, and India’s touching tribute

The former cricketer admitted that although he hated it when Sangakkara got going, it was incredible to watch a batsman who had his “knack of getting runs even when he was struggling at the middle.” India, who were considered favourites before the three-match series went underway, the hosts by pulling off a surprise win in the opener have shown their dominance at home. Their agenda seems to be very clear; a win in Sangakkara’s last series is what they want! READ– Virat Kohli: Kumar Sangakkara has been a wonderful player for Sri Lanka