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Sachin Tendulkar posts an image with Vinod Kambli and other friends on Instagram

Sachin and Kambli were recently spotted together at a book launch event in Mumbai.

Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar with his ‘friends for life’. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar is currently enjoying his post-retirement life and is often seen posting messages on social media. He has kept himself busy in his after-cricket life and even released a film which depicted the story of his life and career. The former cricketer though was also involved in some of the social causes amidst his busy routine and also follows the cricket played by the Men in Blue. However, he took some time out on Friday and posted an image with his friends on Instagram which included his former teammates Ajit Agarkar and Vinod Kambli.

Sachin served Indian cricket for almost 25 years and hanged his boots in 2013 after the Test series against West Indies at his home ground in Mumbai. He scored as many as 100 centuries across ODI and Test format and it is the record which many would think of achieving only in their dreams. Though the master felt that the players like Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli were capable of breaking his records a few years ago. Kohli, however, is on his way and chasing him in ODIs as far as centuries are concerned.

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‘Friends for life’

Sachin Tendulkar posted a selfie on social media website Instagram with his friends and termed them as ‘friends for life’. He also thanked the game of cricket for giving him such friends with whom he has shared the best moments of life. He captioned the image as, “One of the most amazing things Cricket gave me is friends for life. In this company, there’s never a dull moment both on and off the field.”

He could be seen with Ajit Agarkar and Vinod Kambli who has shared the dressing room with him during his illustrious career. Both Sachin and Kambli were spotted together recently at a book launch event in Mumbai. The left-hander had later tweeted as well for his childhood friend which read, “Master Blaster, I love you.”

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