Sachin Tendulkar likely to Attend India vs Pakistan Game in New York

Team India is set to face their arch-rivals Pakistan on June 9 in New York. The clash is set to be high-voltage and full of emotion and drama. The last time two sides played against each other,. It was Virat Kohli who conquered the cricket field with yet another special innings against Pakistan.

However, ahead of the clash between the two sides, team India is set to receive a major boost, and “Master Blaster” Sachin Tendulkar is likely to be present in New York to cheer for team India.
Under strict confidentiality, an individual closely associated with the ICC informed PTI, “Yes, if all goes well, Sachin will be watching the match in New York and cheering the Indian team.” “It is still not known if he will meet the players prior to the game or not, but his mere presence in the stands will certainly be a morale booster for Rohit Sharma and his men in what will be the most important group league assignment.”
“In Test and ODI cricket, Tendulkar is the leading run scorer of all time. He is unquestionably the best Indian cricketer to have ever played in an international match. From 1992 to 2011, he participated in six 50-over World Cups. During the 2015 ODI World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, he served as an ICC “Brand Ambassador” as well.
When India plays Bangladesh in a warm-up on June 1, the majority of its players will have already arrived in New York. Following many days off, the team has resumed light exercise. A modest jog by the squad is visible in photos that vice captain Hardik Pandya has previously tweeted from New York.
Players from India, Shivam Dube, Arshdeep Singh, and Suryakumar Yadav, had gone sightseeing in New York City before then. Even images of the trio with fans have been taken.

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