‘Gone in 60 seconds’: Sachin Tendulkar thanks daughter Sara for this ‘fabulous’ dish; shares photos
Sachin Tendulkar posted pictures on his Instagram account and thanked his daughter Sara for making a dish which he ate in '60 seconds'
Mumbai: With India being under a lockdown until May 17 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, batting legend and former India captain Sachin Tendulkar is spending time with his family at home. He is active on social media, sharing messages to his followers to stay home and be safe.
On Wednesday night (May 6), Tendulkar thanked his daughter Sara on Instagram. The “Master Blaster” posted two pictures with Sara. The “God of cricket’ revealed that his daughter had made “fabulous beetroot kebabs” and he enjoyed them, eating them in one minute.
He captioned the photos, “Gone in 60 seconds! Thanks for the fabulous beetroot kebabs @saratendulkar (sic).”
Tendulkar, who retired from international cricket in 2013, still has a massive fan following. His post received huge response with over seven lakh likes. There were many comments as well. Cricketer Suresh Raina too liked Tendulkar’s post.
Last month, Tendulkar turned 47. However, he did not celebrate his birthday this year due to the ongoing health crisis around the world. However, his millions of fans flooded social media with birthday messages.
On his birthday, Tendulkar took blessings of his mother Rajni and also received a gift which the cricket legend described as “priceless”.
Tendulkar, the holder of many records, played in 200 Tests, 463 ODIs and one T20I. He is the highest run scorer in both Tests and ODIs. He is the only batsman to have scored 100 hundreds in international cricket.