Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne, two of Cricket's best-known players are in New York City for the first of a three-city tour to promote the sport among U.S. fans over the next several weeks. Tendulkar said, 'There are certain countries where cricket hasn’t reached and that is what me and Shane are trying to explore...Globalizing cricket is our dream. It’s our vision.' Cricket has roughly twenty million fans in the U.S. and Canada but despite the games popularity overseas, it's still relatively unknown in the U.S. Warne said the big misconception is that games can go for five days and still end without a clear winner. 'What Sachin and I are bringing here to America is the rock n roll version of cricket. That’s 20-20 cricket that goes for three hours that’s pure entertainment.' It will be the first time both cricket icons play on American soil. TheStreet's Ruben Ramirez has details from Wall Street.
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