Mumbai: India erupted to unprecedented celebrations after the cricket World Cup triumph and iconic batsman Sachin Tendulkar says he wants to witness the "reaction from the public" as the team had won the title because of the best wishes of the countrymen.
"It was fabulous (to win the World Cup). It has not sunk in yet because we have not gone out and face the public, all the Indian people. It is extremely important to understand their reaction," Tendulkar said.
"All of them must be watching the final on TV but to actually go out and understand their reaction is very important. I am actually looking forward to do that. We have won because of their best wishes," he said in the audio tapes released by the ICC.