Sachin Tendulkar, the former Indian cricketer is one of the most followed sportspersons in the country. He achieved almost every bit of records in batting and is called “God Of Cricket”. After bidding adieu to cricket, he is enjoying life to the fullest. Also, he has become a visible personality on social media where he too often comes up with humorous posts or comments. And, he pulled out one in his recent social media activity that tickled the funny bone of the fans.
Sachin Tendulkar is currently playing for Indian Legends in the ongoing Road Safety World Series 2021. He has performed significantly well as the skipper of his team. Meanwhile, he also did a great job as a batsman and let people witness his classical batting once again.
Sachin Tendulkar Comes Up With A Hilarious Social Media Post
Recently he shared a still with former England player Chris Tremlett, who is playing for England Legends in the ongoing tournament. Sachin Tendulkar met the former English cricketer and came with a hilarious post that left every cricket fan laughing.
It is known that Chris Tremlett is quite into body-building and he has a big body. And, Sachin Tendulkar expressed his wish of having such a body. The former Indian opener took to his official Twitter handle and commented on one of the posts shared by Chris Tremlett. Sachin Tendulkar wrote, “How many OMELETTES would I need to eat to look like TREMLETT?. मुझे TREMLETT जैसे बनने के लिए कितने OMELETTE खाने पड़ेंगे??.”
Six feet and seven inches tall Chris Tremlett played 12 Tests, 15 ODIs, and 1 T20I in his international career and grabbed 70 wickets. After bidding adieu to cricket, he got into body-building and he is also director of a private property investment firm.
“For a couple of years I just basically tried to get as big as I possibly could and to do that you do have to eat an obscene amount of calories if you’re a big guy like me. I was eating around 8,000 calories a day and I did find taking in that amount quite hard work,” Tremlett had told in an interview with Sportsmail.
“There were times when I was eating rubbish as well just to get the calories in. I got to around 135 kilos but I didn’t feel particularly great with it,” he stated.
“You stop enjoying food so a lot of those calories came from breaking it down and blending it and making high calorie shakes to get them in at the right time,” he added.