Fans Are In Awe As Tendulkar Smashes A Huge Six, Twitter says, ‘Are We In 1998?’

Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar is currently leading the India Legends in the ongoing Road Safety World Series and the right-handed batter is showing his amazing class with the bat.

The Desert Storm

The Littel Master had retired from international cricket in 2013 but when you see him batting now after nine years, it does not look like that Sachin has called time on his career. On Thursday, the 49-year-old smashed 40 runs off just 20 balls against England Legends, including three massive sixes.


Thursday in Dehradun, Indian Cricket fans once again got to see the genius of Tendulkar as he rolled back the years, doing it in some style. Opening the innings, the Master Blaster opened his account with a single before picking up his first boundary towards backward square leg. However, it was in the next over that Tendulkar went frenzied, smashing former England pacer Chris Tremlett for 6, 6, and 4. The second six, however, has now gone viral as it saw the Master Blaster dancing down the track and smashing it over the boundary fence.

The shot instantly went viral on social media, and the fans have started comparing this with Tendulkar’s famous innings at Sharjah in 1998 famously known as the “Desert Storm”.

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