SB 8.11.4

naṭavan mūḍha māyābhir
 māyeśān no jigīṣasi
jitvā bālān nibaddhākṣān
 naṭo harati tad-dhanam
Word for word: 
naṭa-vat — like a cheater or rogue; mūḍha — you rascal; māyābhiḥ — by exhibiting illusions; māyā-īśān — unto the demigods, who can control all such illusory manifestations; naḥ — unto us; jigīṣasi — you are trying to become victorious; jitvā — conquering; bālān — small children; nibaddha-akṣān — by binding the eyes; naṭaḥ — a cheater; harati — takes away; tat-dhanam — the property in the possession of a child.
Translation: 
Indra said: O rascal, as a cheater sometimes binds the eyes of a child and takes away his possessions, you are trying to defeat us by displaying some mystic power, although you know that we are the masters of all such mystic powers.