Over the course of their respective cricketing careers, former Australia fast bowler Brett Lee and legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar had exchanged quite a few memorable on-field battles. And now nearly after the 5-year of their retirement, both of them are set to lock horns against each other on a racing track.
Recently, Brett Lee has challenged the Master Blaster for a re-match of ‘Go Karting’ that they first played way back in 2006. Taking to his official YouTube channel, Lee posted a video and captioned it as: “In 2006 Sachin took me karting late one night after a dinner at his then restaurant. On my recent trip back to Mumbai I challenged the great man to a re match.”
In a 4 minute 25 seconds long video, Lee and Tendulkar talked at length about their ‘Go Karting’ contest. The speedster recalled how the batting maestro first time introduced him to the Karting track.
"There is one thing on my mind for 11 years. Back in 2006, you tear me up here at the ‘Go Karting’ track. It has been weighing heavily on my mind, mate. So, I am back for revenge. This is it, good luck mate," Binga said.
Sachin responded Lee’s remarks with some serious inner self-belief: “slow and steady wins the race, take it easy.”
Brett Lee also shared this on his official Twitter page and wrote, "@sachin_rt and I had some great battles on the field. We recently went head to head on the Karting track in Mumbai...check it out and make sure you subscribe to my YouTube channel."
@sachin_rt and I had some great battles on the field. We recently went head to head on the Karting track in Mumbai...check it out and make sure you subscribe to my YouTube channel https://t.co/f3tlGn4MRo— Brett Lee (@BrettLee_58) December 15, 2017
Watch the video here to find out who won the race.