New Delhi: Batting Maestro Sachin Tendulkar’s prowess with the cricket bat is well documented. But former India and Mumbai teammate Sanjay Manjrekar took to Twitter on Tuesday to pull Tendulkar’s leg for failing to keep Manjrekar and Prashant Vaidya as the centre of focus in a picture Tendulkar had clicked back in the 90s.
Manjrekar posted the picture which read: “Trying to show off our biceps in the 90s. Pic off centre isn't it ? He was better with the bat I guess, the photographer, Sachin Tendulkar.”
Trying to show off our biceps in the 90s. Pic off centre isn't it ? He was better with the bat I guess, the photographer, Sachin Tendulkar. pic.twitter.com/Oaz4Qvn9AP
— Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) 21 March 2017
Clearly, cricket was Tendulkar’s sole focus in his youth. And the records speak for themselves. In 200 Test matches, he amassed 15921 runs with 51 centuries. And in 463 ODIs, he scored a mammoth 18426 runs with 49 hundreds.
But post retirement, Tendulkar has clearly upped his photo game as was evident from a recent picture that the little master posted on his Twitter handle.
Sun, snow and shades - Perfect set-up for an amazing vacation. pic.twitter.com/Fkk93nipZH
— sachin tendulkar (@sachin_rt) 12 February 2017
It will be interesting to see if Tendulkar gets back at Manjrekar’s wicked post.