Sachin Tendulkar awestruck by young boy’s viral video

Tendulkar took to Twitter to share the boy’s leg spin video

Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar ( Image Credit: Twitter)

Cricket is a game full of mystery, exciting talent, and glorious opportunities. Some develop it right from a young age like Sachin Tendulkar, while others recognize their true potential a bit late like Varun Chakravarthy, who quit architecture and pursued cricket. The game time and again throws up such stories that leave the audience and onlookers stunned.

One such video of a kid bowling leg-spin has gone viral. Tendulkar was quick to take note of this precautious talent and shared the video on his official Twitter account. In this video, a young boy can be seen bamboozling the batters with his leg spin. Right from his run-up to the delivery ball, there is smooth sync and flow. Also, the boy has managed to beat the batters’ bat on numerous occasions and also bowled them by turning the ball viciously.

At such a young age, the boy can also be seen bowling a googly. All the batters that he bowled had no clue whatsoever as to where the ball was heading. Tendulkar was stunned by this boy’s talent and immediately shared the video and praised him by saying, “Wow! Received this video from a friend… It’s brilliant. The love and passion this little boy has for the game is evident,” Tendulkar wrote.

Afghanistan leg spinner Rashid Khan was also seen praising the boy for his phenomenal bowling. Speaking about Tendulkar, he has often been seen lauding such bright talent time and again on social media account.  Recently he also shared a video about a young boy’s Rubik skills on his Twitter account. He appreciated his brimming confidence and wrote, “Met this young man a while back & I’m still amazed by what he can do without looking – what most of us can’t do even while looking,” reads the caption shared alongside the video.

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