Virender Sehwag wishes Virat Kohli birthday in typical Viru way

Twitterati loves to read Virender Sehwag's posts, and he never fails to amaze his followers.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 6, 2016 9:17 am
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As Virat Kohli celebrates his 28th Birthday wishes keep pouring in since Saturday morning. Hashtag “#HappBirthdayVirat” is trending on the social media platforms which shows the kind of fan following he has in the country. From Anil Kumble to Harbhajan Singh, everyone has been sharing their moments with the Indian Test captain. With each passing year the flamboyant right-handed batsman has raised the value of the Indian cricket team as well as his popularity. Kohli’s “Virat” intensity, aggressive spirit and hunger to win have not only matured him as a player but also made him someone on whom the team can depend on. Kohli, in his career for India, has earned 48 Test and 176 ODI caps and, in 2014, he was appointed as India’s captain in the longest format of the game after MS Dhoni’s retirement. Widely regarded as one of the best batsmen in the world, Kohli is one of the few players to have found success in all three formats of the game and has scored Test, ODI and T20 centuries in his glittering career.

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The fact that Virat Kohli “Poore India ko pasand hai (the country loves Virat Kohli)” remains undisputed. But there is one man who always comes up with something hilarious on the social media search trends. Yes, we are talking about Virender Sehwag. Twittarati loves to read his posts, and he never fails to amaze his followers. Sehwag did wish Kohli on his birthday in the morning of November 5, but witty Viru has come up with something which you dare not miss.

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Here’s Sehwag’s hilarous Tweet on Kohli: “Haazme ki Goli, Rangon ki Holi,Gujarat me Ghagra Choli, Aur Batting mein Virat Kohli, Poore India ko pasand hai.”

The Tweet did tickle some bones and we wait for Kohli’s response to that.