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Indian Master Blaster Cricketer Sachin Tendulkar opens again for India after more than five years of his retirement but this time not on the field. The 46-year-old legendary Indian cricketer made his commentary debut in the eighth match of ICC World Cup 2019 along with two fellow Indian veterans Virender Sehwag and former Indian cricket team captain Sourav Ganguly. All three batting maestro shared the common commentary box during the match of Indian tigers against South Africa.


Interestingly, Tendulkar and his opening partners Sehwag and Ganguly created the buzz on social media as the moment when Sachin was seen on television sets holding a mic at the commentary panel of Rose Bowl Cricket Ground, Twitteratties started the trend #SachinOpensAgain which followed by millions of cricket fans across the world in few minutes.

Watching all three astonishing cricketers together at the hot seat of commentary box was not less than a celebration of Indian cricket fans and the credit goes to the 12th edition of ICC Cricket Cup event. After retiring from all forms of cricket the God of Cricket in India Sachin Tendulkar now began his new innings in the commentary box in CWC 2019.

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Emotional moment for Indian Cricket fans 


Fans lauded Sachin’s look

In their opening match against South African squad, Indian tigers amazed everyone with their brilliant performance in all three departments of batting, bowling and fielding. After winning the toss, Proteas started the game vigorously by choosing to bat first but India restricted the whole team of Africa at just 227 runs in 50-overs. In the second innings when Indian batsmen take on the field Proteas tried to make a good comeback in the game but Rohit Sharma’s wonderful century crashed their hopes to win this match, as a result, India chased down the target easily and sealed their opening match with the clinical win.

India will next take on World Cup champions Aussies on June 9, 2019 at The Oval stadium while South Africa will lock the horns with Windies on June 10 at Rose Bowl Cricket Ground in order to turn their fortunes as the Faf du Plessis-led squad has not won any of its World Cup matches so far.