India’s great batsman Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar is almost a decade after his retirement from international cricket, but despite this, he has been constantly associated with this game. Sachin is currently playing in the Road Safety World Series. Sachin is captaining India Legends in this tournament. Under the captaincy of Sachin, the team registered a thumping victory over South Africa Legends in their first match. Sachin could only score 16 runs in the match but some of his shots were such that reminded him of his old days. At the same time, the second match of India Legends was to be played with West Indies Legends in Kanpur but it was canceled due to rain.
However, the team is preparing for its third match against New Zealand Legends. This match between both the teams will be played at Holkar Stadium, Indore. Before the match, Sachin practiced fiercely in the nets, in which he was seen hitting a brilliant off-drive. This shot of Sachin was so great that it was not felt that 10 years have passed since Sachin retired.
Let us tell you that the team of India Legends is the defending champion in the Road Safety World Series. At the same time, New Zealand did not participate in the first season of the tournament. In such a situation, both the teams will clash with each other for the first time.
India Legends has a bang in the tournament
In the first match of the series of Road Safety World Series, captain Sachin Tendulkar may not have shown anything special in the batting, but the team’s all-rounder Stuart Binny played an explosive half-century. After this, spinners Rahul Sharma and Pragyan Ojha showed amazing in the bowling. Binny played an unbeaten knock of 82 runs in the match, due to which India Legends team scored a mammoth score of 217 runs in 20 overs.
In this score reply of India Legends, South Africa’s team was reduced to only 156 runs. In this way India Legends won the match by 61 runs.