ICC Tried To Troll Sachin Tendulkar And The Legendary Cricketer Gave An Epic Reply

Sachin Tendulkar

The legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is hailed as one of the greatest cricketers to have ever played the game of cricket. The legendary cricketer has given us uncountable moments on-field to cherish forever.

While the cricketer has played many memorable knocks during his career, however, he has been a victim of a number of umpiring howlers, and his relationship with umpire Steve Bucknor is known to all. The umpire had given him out thrice contentiously.  So, when ICC tried to take a dig at Sachin using Steve Bucknor’s image, Sachin played a sport.

Well, it all started when Sachin took to his Twitter and shared a video of him and Vinod Kambli, playing together. Sharing the video, Sachin wrote:

“Felt great to be back in the nets with Kambli during the lunch break! It sure took us back to our childhood days at Shivaji Park… Very few people know that Vinod & I have always been in the same team and never played against each other,” 

Here, check out the Tweet:

The tweet went viral in no time and was flooded with reactions from the fans. The video, showing Tendulkar bowling a couple of signature leg spinners, was enough to make every cricket fan nostalgic. However, the ICC noticed that the master blaster was clearly overstepping.

Pointing the same, ICC asked Sachin to watch his foot. ICC also shared a picture of umpire Steve Bucknor signaling the no-ball in their tweet. ICC wrote:

Watch your foot, @sachin_rt

Here, check out the Tweet:

Sachin was quick to notice the tweet and come up with a hilarious reply to it. In his tweet, Sachin Tendulkar wrote that at least this time he was bowling and not batting! And to seal the things, Sachin Tendulkar concluded the “umpire’s decision is always the final decision”. He wrote:

At least this time I am bowling and not batting  .. umpire’s decision is always the final decision.

Here, check out the Tweet:

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