Sachin Tendulkar Shares Pic With 'Idol' Sunil Gavaskar From Lord's Cricket Ground, Remembers Team India's Historic 1983 World Cup Win
Sachin Tendulkar With Sunil Gavaskar (Photo Credits: Twitter@sachin_rt)

Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar has always spoken about how the memories of India winning the 1983 World Cup inspired him to go for similar glory. Sachin, known as the 'God of Cricket' among his fans , shared an image of himself with his idol and former Indian batting great Sunil Gavaskar. On top of this all, Sachin shared the picture from Lord's Cricket Ground, the venue where it all began for India after the Kapil Dev led men beat two time World Cup winning champions West Indies to start a new chapter in Indian cricket. 'God' Copies 'God of Cricket' Sachin Tendulkar's Tweet Congratulating Sri Lanka Team For Win Over England in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019!

"Feels good to be at a place where a dream started 36 years ago on this very day, at the very ground, with a person whom I emulated and considered my idol," wrote Sachin in caption to his picture. The famous Lord's cricket ground, also known as the home of cricket, forms the backdrop to this memorable picture with Indian batting greats Sachin Tendulkar and Sunil Gavaskar as the subject of this image. Sachin Tendulkar Opens Again With Virender Sehwag and Sourav Ganguly During IND vs SA, ICC CWC 2019 Match, #SachinOpensAgain Trends on Twitter.

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Sachin recently made his commentary debut in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Fans were ecstatic to see their favourite player behind the mic. Whenever Sachin took to the mic and visited the commentary box, #SachinOpensAgain used to trend on Twitter and social media. Sachin once again graced the ENG vs AUS match at Lord's and met seasoned commentator Sunil Gavaskar, which is when he took this picture.

June 25, 1983, is etched in every Indian cricket team fans mind. On that very day, India lifted its maiden Cricket World Cup. In fact, India became the second team after West Indies to win the World Cup. West Indies won the first two editions, 1975 and 1979, but interestingly lost to India in the final of 1983 World Cup at the iconic Lord’s cricket ground in London. Apparently, the win helped India gain an identity on the world stage and the team never looked back.