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Watch: Sachin Tendulkar treats fans with his trademark foot punch in world series about road safety

Sachin Tendulkar in action during the World Road Safety Tournament© Twitter

Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar currently leading India Legends in the ongoing World Series of Road Safety. The India Legends vs New Zealand Legends match was abandoned due to rain on Monday at Holkar Stadium in Indore but not long before the batting conductor treated the fans to some great tackles. When Tendulkar played these shots, it looked like he retired in November 2013. The right-hander played some of his trademark shots like punches and throws with his back foot.

However, the back foot punch he played on the fifth ball of the first ball was thrown by Kyle Mills is the best among many. It was a return-to-length serve and Tendulkar stepped back just a little to deliver a near-perfect back foot punch and the ball swooped over the side barrier.

In the match, only 5.5 pitches were thrown in which India Legends scored 49/1. Tendulkar and Raina hit the ball on 19 and 9 respectively as the rain played spoilsport during the match.

Earlier, Naman Ojha was sent back to the booth by Shane Bonds in the fourth round of rounds. The right-handed player leaves after scoring 18 points.

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India Legends is currently in 3rd place on the scoreboard with 4 points after 3 matches. The team led by Sachin Tendulkar won the opening match and their next two matches were canceled due to rain.

Sri Lanka Legends tops the table with 6 points while West Indies Legends is in second place.

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