At an interview held at a BMW manufacturing plant located at Singaperumalkoil, Cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar reached out on Thursday and said there were very few things more important in Cricket than respecting the opposition.

The master blaster said that in Cricket you need to completely rely on your partners and teammates. Second-guessing every move that your partner takes is not something you can do, you need to be in sync with them but more important than all that is respecting the opposition, he feels.

The maestro stated that yes, while it was important to every player that they win and beat their opponents, it was also important to do so with dignity and respect befitting that of a good sportsman.

He believes if you play in the right spirit it helps build your team and your individual skills, as well.

Sachin considers himself lucky to be able to visit the BMW plant here at Singaperumalkoil. He is a car enthusiast and feels amazing to actually be on the factory floor of the manufacturing plant.

Tendulkar was requested to manually assemble the BMW 5 Series to commemorate a proposal to increasw localisation.

Sachin Tendulkar feel happy and lucky to be able to contribute to such a venture, he says.

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