Virat Kohli turned 30 on Monday and wishes from all around poured in. However, a special tweet by witty Virender Sehwag caught netizen’s attention.
Virender Sehwag was captain of Kings XI Punjab in the 2014 and 2015 editions of the IPL before which he played for Delhi Daredevils from the first season of the T20 tournament.
Known for patient attrition and spending hours at the crease, Sunil Gavaskar turned a phase in Delhi by scoring 121 runs from 94 balls.
Gambhir was noncommittal when asked whether the time was ripe to bring in Rishabh Pant into the ODIs as cover for MS Dhoni.
Virender Sehwag’s latest tweet featured two birds and the former cricketer’s comment on the post amused many. Posted on September 18, the tweet went viral in no time and had over 2000 retweets and 19000 likes at the time of writing.
Virender Sehwag said that he resigned from the Delhi and Districts Cricket Association’s cricket committee keeping the body’s interests in mind.
In spite of the MS Dhoni’s age, and the recent criticism regarding his form in limited-overs cricket, Virender Sehwag stressed that the wicketkeeper-batsman should continue till World Cup 2019.
Playing in the Karnataka Chalana Chitra Cup (KCC), Virender Sehwag, former India batsman, maintained his explosive style of play.
DDCA director (cricket) alleging that appointment of members of the Cricket Improvement Committee (CIC) and selectors was in violation of Conflict of Interest norms.
Virender Sehwag said he was reluctant to be a part of NADA committee and joined only because Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore requested.
Virender Sehwag is yet to attend a meeting of Anti-Doping Appeals Panel (ADAP) of the NADA.
The Asia Cup begins on September 15 with the final on September 28. Unlike the previous edition which was held in a T20 format, the 2018 edition will feature 50-over matches.
Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir will be joined by their one time teammates Aakash Chopra and Rahul Sanghvi as they would chalk out the roadmap for Delhi cricket.
A Twitter enthusiast, Virender Sehwag often takes to the micro-blogging site with his quirky marriage tips, jokes and hilarious birthday wishes for his fellow cricketers.
Birthdays and cricket? Here’s what Virender Sehwag thinks may happen on July 9!