Sachin Tendulkar has revealed many different sides of his personality on social media, especially during the COVID-19 lockdown. From cooking lip-smacking dishes for his family to now enjoying Mumbai rains, the Master Blaster is undoubtedly making the most of his time at home.
Sachin was caught on camera revelling in the monsoon by his daughter Sara Tendulkar, who could be heard in the video saying, “The kid in him is still alive, enjoying the Mumbai rains.”
Sachin shared the video on Instagram and wrote, "My favourite camerawoman, @saratendulkar captured me enjoying the simpler joys of life! Raindrops always bring back my childhood memories.#mumbairains."
Apart from enjoying the Mumbai rains, the god of cricket also enjoyed the first Test match between England and West Indies, which marked the return of the sport after the coronavirus-imposed hiatus.
"Good all-round performances by players of both teams. Jermaine Blackwood played a crucial knock in a tense situation to see @Windiescricket through. An important win which has set up the series perfectly,” tweeted Tendulkar.
Recently, in a live chat with West Indies great Brian Lara, Tendulkar once again demanded more weightage for TV replays over umpires making LBW decisions. Tendulkar made this point after multiple LBW calls were made in the first Test between England and West Indies.
"What % of the ball hits the stumps doesn’t matter. If DRS shows us the ball is hitting the stumps, it should be given out, regardless of the on-field call. That’s the motive of using the technology in cricket. As we know technology isn’t 100% right but neither are humans," Sachin said.