Sachin Tendulkar’s One World Team beat Yuvraj led One Family at Sathya Sai Grama -
Manu soars high, Anish takes expected win. PGDAV college will organize 2nd Swami Dayanand Saraswati T-20 (Day-Night) Cricket Tournament from April 23. दिल्ली कैपिटल्स और सनराइजर्स हैदराबाद के बीच अरुण जेटली स्टेडियम में हाई वोल्टेज मुकाबला देखने को बेताब क्रिकेट प्रेमी. Manyaveer Bhadoo, Sarah Solanki emerge champions in IGU North Zone junior feeder tour. SAIL emerges champion in All India Public Sector Volleyball and Hockey Tournaments. दिल्ली यूनिवर्सिटी एलुमनी ने जीता पीएसपीबी बाबा दीप सिंह हॉकी टूर्नामेंट में महिला वर्ग का खिताब। Sheetal Devi gives world champion a scare as armless wonder bags silver in Khelo India national archery meet.Khelo India NTPC national ranking meet for able-bodied women in Delhi saw the best junior archers in action. HIMACHAL’S DHARAMSHALA BECOMES THE FIRST INDIAN STADIUM TO HOST A SISGRASS HYBRID PITCH INSTALLED BY GLOBAL SPORTS SURFACE COMPANY SIS PITCHES. rDronacharya Awardee Coach Bhupender Dhawan’s Grandson Bryan Wins Bronze Medal In Super Swimmers Championship At Spain. श्री गुरु तेग बहादुर खालसा कॉलेज ने जीता पीएसपीबी बाबा दीप सिंह हॉकी टूर्नामेंट का खिताब ।पूर्व हॉकी ओलंपियन, अर्जुन अवार्ड, पद्मश्री और ध्यान चांद लाइफ टाइम अचीवमेंट अवार्ड से सम्मानित श्री हरबिंदर सिंह और पेट्रोलियम स्पोर्ट्स प्रमोशन बोर्ड के ज्वाइंट सेक्रेटरी दिल्ली के पूर्व रणजी क्रिकेटर गौतम वडेरा ने पुरस्कार बांटे।

Sachin Tendulkar’s One World Team beat Yuvraj led One Family at Sathya Sai Grama

Share us on

Winning team’s captain Sachin Tendulkar receiving ‘One World One Family Cup’ from Sri Madhusudan Sai. 

One World One Family Cup

Rakesh Thapliyal

Sathya Sai Grama, Muddenahalli: Alviro Peterson (74, 50 balls, 5×4, 3×6) shines with bat and Harbhajan Singh (2/30) bowled with accuracy as Sachin Tendulkar led One World Team defeated Yuvraj Singh’s One Family Team in a close encounter by four wickets with one ball to spare to lift the ‘One World One Family Cup’ here at Sai Krishnan cricket stadium. This was a T20 friendly cricket match.

On Thursday Sachin and Yuvraj inaugurated the new cricket stadium – Sai Krishnan Stadium at Sathya Sai Grama – a global hub and an epicentre of service and spiritual activities conducted by Sri Madhusudan Sai across 33 countries.

National and International cricketers from seven nations – India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, England, South Africa, Australia and Bangladesh came together in the spirit of ‘One World One Family’ and played in the spirit of brotherhood to demonstrate to the world the cause of a common humanity which is bound by interconnectedness and harmony.

In the exciting match that ensued, Sachin led team, ‘One World’ won the T20 format led OWOF Cup. The friendly match featured a stellar lineup of legendary cricketers, including Naman Ojha, Upul Tharanga, Alviro Peterson, S Badrinath, Ashok Dinda, Ajanta Mendis, Harbhajan Singh, Monty Panesar, RP Singh, Danny Morrison, Parthiv Patel, Md Kaif, Darren Maddy, Alok Kapali, Romesh Kaluwitharana, Jason Krejza, Muthiah Muralidaran, Mkhaya Ntini, Chaminda Vaas, Venkatesh Prasad, and the dynamic brothers – Irfan Pathan and Yusuf Pathan.


Over 150 dignitaries graced the match on stage and about 3,500 audience cheered for the match, most of whom also included students who receive free education at the schools established by the Sri Madhusudan Sai Global Humanitarian Mission.

Brief Scores-: One Family Team: 180 for 6 in 20 overs (D Maddy 51, Yusuf Pathan 38, Yuvraj Singh 23, Parthiv Patel 19, Harbhajan Singh 2/30).

One World Team: 184 for 6 in 19.5 Overs( Alviro Petersen 74, Upul Tharanga 29, Sachin Tendulkar 27, Naman Ojha 25, Chamunda Vaas 3/46 ).

Two key initiatives to empower the grassroots sports talent in India was launched. ‘Sports for All’ initiative led by Sachin Tendulkar and the ‘Sunil Gavaskar Cricket Academy.’ Few children were presented with their sports kits by Sachin Tendulkar and Sri Madhusudan Sai, as a mark of encouraging them to pursue sports.

Bharat Ratna Awardee Sachin Tendulkar expressed: “It’s a huge honour to be here and take part in this special occasion. As a child, I was a very naughty. My parents were extremely patient with me and at the same time, concerned about my likes and dislikes. They encouraged me in sports. When my energy was channelised to doing what I like to do, I dreamt and realised my dream to play cricket for India. Sports taught me to get back focus and purpose. The Sri Madhusudan Sai Global Humanitarian Mission is also working towards nurturing the sports talents of students. Today, when I stand here next to Sadguru

Sri Madhusudan Sai, I really applaud his vision and contribution to the world. I had the privilege to visit the mission’s hospital in Palwal and Navi Mumbai. Both the hospitals were brilliant, but there was one thing missing there – a billing counter. I have never visited a hospital which doesn’t have one. All the treatments there are free of cost. Thank you on behalf of the cricketing fraternity who is gathered here to contribute in whatever possible way we can. I’m truly honored to be here.”

Padma Bhushan Awardee, Dr Sunil Gavaskar said in a statement: “Sports has the power to inspire and unite. Initiatives like these, beyond the boundaries of cricket, reflect the true spirit of humanity. Congratulations to everyone who came forward readily to promote the cause of social responsibility and philanthropy through this beautiful game of cricket. I express my gratitude to these legendary cricketers who have come together on this platform to advocate for the cause of One World One Family.”

Sri Madhusudan Sai, Founder, Sri Madhusudan Sai Global Humanitarian Mission, expressed, “‘One World One Family Cup,’ is aimed at creating awareness about embracing all as our own. This friendly match will be an annual affair to embody the spirit of a sportive sportsmanship, fraternity and cooperation. The future plan is to build a multi-faceted coaching center that will include a badminton academy, world class swimming pool, archery academy, etc. for the lesser privileged. I see sports as an inclusive platform where individuals with varied interests and backgrounds can participate. The aim is to nurture young talent and provide equal opportunity to every child who is interested in sports.”

Amidst cheers of One World One Family alike, the friendship match indeed served its purpose of promoting the feeling of unity and collective joy.

The Sai Krishnan Cricket Stadium at Sathya Sai Grama is poised to become a beacon of excellence, not just in the realm of cricket but also as a symbol of harmony and collaboration. It will be open to everyone and looks forward to hosting regional matches as well.

The gracious presence of some iconic members from the legendary 1983 Cricket World Cup team added to the excitement of the event. They not only witnessed the friendly match but also expressed their solidarity for the noble cause of ‘One World One Family.

About Sri Madhusudan Sai Global Humanitarian Mission


Sadguru Sri Madhusudan Sai is a visionary and a humanitarian who spearheads a unique global mission across 33 Countries. Since 2011, Sri Madhusudan Sai has established institutes of excellence in Education, Healthcare, Nutrition and Spirituality across the world. 12 Centres for Human Development in 11 countries have also been established to work towards the welfare and well-being of all as one global family. The most noteworthy achievements of Sadguru Sri Madhusudan Sai over the last 11 years are:


  • India’s Largest Morning Nutrition Programme

  • India’s First Completely Free of Cost Chain of Schools and a University

  • India’s First Free Private Rural Medical College

  • World’s Largest Chain of Paediatric Cardiac Hospitals Completely Free of Cost



Annapoorna Morning Nutrition Programme (Since 2015): Serves 3 million school-going children across 40,000 schools, in 25 States and 5 Union Territories in India, and 5 countries overseas. 516 million servings have been served till date. Feed the World – Over 5 million meals served to the homeless across 15 countries.



A Completely Free of Cost System of Values-Based Education to produce dedicated servants of the society.

  • Sri Sathya Sai Loka Seva Gurukulam Group of Institutions (Since 1973)

  • Sri Sathya Sai University for Human Excellence (Since 2018)

  • Sri Madhusudan Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research – India’s First Free Private Rural Medical College (Since September 2023)

  • 28 educational campuses

  • 20 districts in Karnataka, one district in Telangana, one district in Tamil Nadu

  • 5,000 boys and girls

  • Grade 6 to Doctorate Studies

  • Completely Free of Cost Medical Education


  • Twelve Super-Speciality Hospitals (10 in India, one in Fiji, one in Sri Lanka)

  • Three Multi-Speciality Hospitals (One in India, Two in Nigeria)

  • A medical centre at Clarksdale in USA

  • Fourteen Primary Care Wellness Centres in India

  • Mobile Hospital Service in Eastern India

  • India First Free Teaching Hospital

  • Over 28,000 little hearts suffering from congenital heart disease saved

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.