Sachin Tendulkar Brett Lee
Sachin Tendulkar (right) is congratulated by Brett Lee after making his double century during the second day of the fourth Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground on January 3, 2004.Reuters

Sachin Tendulkar and Brett Lee were involved in several battles on a cricket field. Now, both have retired. But recently, they faced off again, this time, not in cricket but in karting. Who won? Find out here.

Former Australian fast bowler Lee took to his Twitter page to post a video of the karting race between him and Tendulkar. This was in Mumbai recently, according to Lee.

"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," Lee captioned the video posted on his Youtube channel on Friday (December 15).

She shared this on his 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."

The Australian, before the start of the race, called it a "revenge" re-match while Tendulkar said slow and steady wins the race.

"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. Good luck mate," Lee said.

After final preparations, the duo set off in their respective karts. And who won? Watch the video below to find out for yourself.

Tendulkar, who retired from international cricket in 2013, played in a world record 200 Tests and 463 ODIs. He also featured in one T20I. Recently, he launched his mobile game in Bengaluru.

Lee, one of the fastest bowlers of all time, represented Australia in 76 Tests, 221 ODIs and 25 T20Is. He is now a TV commentator.