The Cricket All-Stars T20 series in the United States of America came to an end with Warne's Warriors defeating Sachin's Blasters in a cliffhanger at the Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.
The legendary players from both the sides might have just played three T20 matches, but they have successfully managed to rekindle our memories. No fan will be able to forget this walk down the memory lane.
Some critics felt that Cricket is not a good idea in the US as people, who prefer American football and baseball over the cricket, might not turn up in numbers. But surprisingly, there were people more than Shane Warne and Sachin Tendulkar expected at all the three venues. The stadiums were not packed but the fans cheered out loud, chanted their favourite players' names and carried the mexican wave.
This was only the end of the first edition of the Cricket All Stars T20 series. Tendulkar and Warne have promised to come back with the second edition of this 'league of extra-ordinary gentlemen' of cricket. But, we have no idea where will it happen.
Three exciting T20 matches, lots of runs were scored, plenty of sixes were hit, a number of wickets were picked up as well. The players from both the sides fought hard to win this Cricket All Stars trophy when they were on the field but when it came down to clicking a selfie, which can also be termed as the one of the greatest photographs of cricket ever, the players smiled together looking at the camera.
How can you guys miss the making of the photograph and the picture itself. Have a look!
— ICC (@ICC) November 15, 2015
Then, the picture finally was clicked by none other than the 'Rawalpindi Express' Shoaib Akhtar. It is almost as if our childhood in one frame. Here's the iconic selfie of the tournament: