VIDEO: Sachin Tendulkar's brilliant answers to Michael Vaughan, Shiva Thapa and Piers Morgan

VIDEO: Sachin Tendulkar's brilliant answers to Michael Vaughan, Shiva Thapa and Piers Morgan

several sports personalities and fans across the globe got to ask Sachin questions and he replied them with some brilliant answers.

World T20: From 1 to 11, it's hard to find weak link in MS Dhoni's team, says Michael Vaughan

World T20: From 1 to 11, it's hard to find weak link in MS Dhoni's team, says Michael Vaughan

The Men in Blue are on a roll with series wins over Sri Lanka, Australia and a triumph in the Asia Cup.

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan asked to empty pockets by South African police

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan asked to empty pockets by South African police

The incident took place a couple of days back when he was going back to his hotel.

Temba Bavuma slams maiden Test ton against England on Day 4

Temba Bavuma slams maiden Test ton against England on Day 4

The 25-year-old used mere 141 balls to reach the three-figure mark, laced with 16 boundaries.

Michael Vaughan bats for Kevin Pietersen, wants him in England team for 2016  World Twenty20

Michael Vaughan bats for Kevin Pietersen, wants him in England team for 2016 World Twenty20

KP played a brutal innings of 76 off 42 in Melbourne Stars' Big Bash League match against Sydney Thunder.

India vs South Africa, 3rd Test: 'Diabolical' Nagpur pitch compared to akhara

India vs South Africa, 3rd Test: 'Diabolical' Nagpur pitch compared to akhara

As many as 20 wickets fall on second day of third Test between India and South Africa at Nagpur.

WATCH: Kevin Pietersen pays rich tribute for retiring Mitchell Johnson

WATCH: Kevin Pietersen pays rich tribute for retiring Mitchell Johnson

Pietersen showered great respect for fearsome Australian speedster. 

Rohit Sharma has all qualities to be next Virender Sehwag: Graeme Smith

Rohit Sharma has all qualities to be next Virender Sehwag: Graeme Smith

Graeme Smith believes Rohit Sharma has all the qualities and shots in him to be the next Virender Sehwag.

Shane Warne hopes to find international star in US

Shane Warne hopes to find international star in US

Legendary Australian spinner Shane Warne is excited about the prospect of taking the game to the US at next month's Cricket All Stars and is hoping to find the next international star during the tour.

Artistic touch: England's Ashes batch of 2005, 2015 draw portraits of each other for charity

Artistic touch: England's Ashes batch of 2005, 2015 draw portraits of each other for charity

Former and current England players showed their artistic side by making a sketch of the 2005 and 2015 English Ashes side. They have put these sketches for auction at Cricket United which is UK's biggest ever cricket charity awareness campaign to raise money for disabled charity organisations.

Ashes 2015: Graeme Swann hails Michael Clarke as 'best player of spin'

Ashes 2015: Graeme Swann hails Michael Clarke as 'best player of spin'

As Australia skipper Michael Clarke announced his retirement from international cricket on Saturday after a humiliating Ashes series defeat, Twitter was full of praise for him.

`He only wanted one`; Stuart Broad`s eight delight his dad

`He only wanted one`; Stuart Broad`s eight delight his dad

There was no prouder spectator at Trent Bridge as Stuart Broad took eight wickets to reduce Australia to 60 all out on the first day of the fourth Ashes Test than the England paceman`s father, Chris Broad.

The Ashes 2015: Critics rail at featherbed Lord's pitch

The Ashes 2015: Critics rail at featherbed Lord's pitch

As Australia resumed play on Friday morning at 337 for one having had very little trouble from England`s bowlers on the opening day, the dead pitch was a hot topic of conversation among punters settling down around Lord`s.

2005 Ashes memories burn bright a decade on

2005 Ashes memories burn bright a decade on

The 2005 Ashes came to be regarded as one of the greatest Anglo-Australian Test series and indeed one of the most thrilling of all time.

Australia's aggression might backfire, says Michael Vaughan ahead of Ashes

Australia's aggression might backfire, says Michael Vaughan ahead of Ashes

Former England captain Michael Vaughan believes that world champion Australia needs to be careful of their aggression as it could backfire against them and can cause them the Ashes.

Ryan Harris absence 'massive blow' to Aussies, say former England cricketers

Ryan Harris absence 'massive blow' to Aussies, say former England cricketers

Former England cricketers said the absence of Ryan Harris was a massive blow to the Australian team after the pacer announced his shock retirement on Saturday due to a knee injury.

Red-hot Steve Smith primed to seize Ashes moment

Red-hot Steve Smith primed to seize Ashes moment

Once derided as a bouncy court jester in his maiden Ashes series, Steven Smith and his quirky batting technique are now far from a laughing matter in England.

England must not be afraid to lose Ashes, says Michael Vaughan

England must not be afraid to lose Ashes, says Michael Vaughan

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan on Wednesday said his countrymen should not be afraid of losing if they are to beat Australia and regain the Ashes.

'Aggressive' Virat Kohli should harness his passion, emotion: Geoffrey Boycott

'Aggressive' Virat Kohli should harness his passion, emotion: Geoffrey Boycott

England cricket legend Geoffrey Boycott has come up with a handful of advice for India's new full-time Test captain Virat Kohli saying the aggressive batsman has to find his own way to get his players' support and try to harness his passion and emotion.

From startled rabbits, England roar like lions

From startled rabbits, England roar like lions

England`s transformation from "startled rabbits" at this year`s World Cup to record-breakers against New Zealand on Tuesday has left fans and pundits shaking their heads in disbelief.