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“It’s Same”: Supporters Notice A Voice Resemblance Between Sachin Tendulkar’s And The WPL Third Umpire

The Women’s Premier League (WPL) kicked off its second season in Bengaluru on Friday with a match between the Delhi Capitals and the reigning champion Mumbai Indians. The thrilling last-ball match captured the attention of the crowd, and the cricket-mad country has now, perhaps strangely, connected Sachin Tendulkar to the WPL 2024 season opening.

It was said that during the Mumbai Indians vs. Delhi Capitals game, the Master Blaster was wearing the third umpire’s cap. The third umpire’s voice struck fans as having an uncanny resemblance to Tendulkar’s.The third umpire’s voice can be heard in an increasingly popular Instagram video as he renders an LBW judgment.

The post said, “Sachin Tendulkar is the third umpire in the WPL.”

After seeing the obvious similarities, fans quickly pointed them out, and several of them had amusing reactions to the post.

“I was thinking the same thing, too,” one Instagram user said.

“Yes, that’s the same voice I saw in person,” said an additional individual.

Other social media users correctly identified Paschim Pathak as the third umpire.

Another said, “Sachin to Kashmir me hai abhi, [Sachin is now in Kashmir],” which was pretty appropriate.

The renowned cricket player is now in Kashmir enjoying some much-needed family time. Tendulkar recently met Amir Lone, the captain of the Jammu and Kashmir Para cricket team. He even uploaded a video of himself talking to Lone. “To the true hero, Amir. Continue to inspire! It was a joy meeting you,” Tendulkar said in a message on the social networking site X, which was once known as Twitter.

Returning to the batting first in the first match of the WPL 2024 season, Delhi Capitals amassed a respectable 171 runs while losing five wickets. With a brilliant 75 off 53 balls, Alice Capsey was the standout batsman for the Delhi Capitals. Mumbai Indians, the reigning WPL winners, had two wickets apiece from Nat Sciver-Brunt and Amelia Kerr.

The Mumbai Indians lost their first wicket on the second ball of the innings, which put them in trouble throughout the run chase. Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain, and wicketkeeper Yastika Bhatia finally weathered the storm together with a strong partnership of 56 runs off 45 balls.

The first match of the WPL 2024 season went to the wire, with the Mumbai Indians needing 12 runs to win off the last six balls. Sajeevan Sajana struck a century off the last ball of the match, needing five runs to seal an exciting victory for the Mumbai Indians.

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