New Delhi: Batting Maestro Sachin Tendulkar played a entertaining knock against Warne's Warriors on Sunday as he smashed a quick-fire half-century to give his team a solid start in the 3rd and final match of the Cricket All-Stars Series.
While opening the batting for Sachin's Blasters, Tendulkar smacked the bowlers all over the park to reach his half-century in mere 25 balls with the help of two fours and five massive sixes.
Though after completing his half-century the 'Master Blaster' couldn't manage to stay at the crease for long and gave his wicket to New Zealand Daniel Vettori after scoring 56 runs.
Tendulkar scored runs at a staggering strike rate of 207.40 to entertain the crowd.
It's a dead rubber as Warne's Warriors have already sealed the series by winning the first two matches.