He’s often called the God of Cricket by millions of fans all over the world. Fans of Sachin Tendulkar recently showed some banners saying “God loved to play Cricket so born as Sir Sachin Tendulkar” during Deccan Chargers match
In case you don’t buy that, fans of Sir Sachin Tendulkar have a visual device to help you picture their hero as the Lord.
An extremely large poster depicts Sachin Tendulkar as Lord Vishnu.
It was shown off all through Sunday’s match between the Deccan Chargers and Sir Sachin’s IPL team, the Mumbai Indians in Navi Mumbai.
Tendulkar has been in scintillating form during the IPL, consistently powering all of the Mumbai Indians’ wins. But he still insists that he won’t be playing in the upcoming Twenty20 World Cup in the West Indies.
India Ace off-spinner Harbhajan Singh had recently requested Sachin to play in the T20 World Cup, but the Tendulkar said that he would stick to his pronouncement of not playing Twenty20 internationals any more.
Tendulkar said in the presentation ceremony with ravi shashtri when asked to play in T20 World cup, “I am not going to play in the T20 World Cup. I stand for my decision taken in 2007,”