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'Hai, I am Sachin' - Sachin Introduces Himself To Visually Impaired Children

Sachin Tendulkar is very popular all around the world for his master class batting in cricket. He is indeed the God of cricket for all of his fans. Along with cricketing the legendary batsman is also known for his calmness and kind bigheartedness. On Friday the Karnataka Welfare Association arranged a meet for visullay impaired children with the Indian cricket players regarding whom they could not see but have heard a lot. The children came to the Chinnaswamy stadium in Bangalore to wish good luck to their favorite cricketing stars for the World Cup after the practice session of Dhoni and his men, conducted as a part in the preparation for the Ireland match. Ashwin was the first to meet the children followed by Gambhir and then all the players welcomed the children. Among the players Sachin Tendulkar turned out to be the favorite player for the children.

Sachin introduced himself to the children saying "HI, I am Sachin...". He had some conversation with the children and in the process asked a child about his age to which the child replied I am 12 years old. Sachin as an encouragement to the children spoke you are so strong at just 12 years of age. After that all the players took some snaps with the children and one of the children spoke that their prayers will be there for the players to the World Cup and wished them good luck.

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