Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag who used to entertain his fans during his heydays is now quite active on social media. Every time, he posts a tweet, it becomes a sensation. His tweets get instant reactions in just a matter of seconds and they are bound to go viral all over the internet circle as well.
The quality of the tweet holds humour so much so that we would laugh nicely. He has always been the king of Twitter. Even the non-cricket fans have started following him by the way he comes up with interesting tweets. He even wishes for cricketers and celebrities in his own style. He is one of a kind. Let’s hope that he continues to entertain people with his witty tweets.
Besides his good sense of humour, Virender Sehwag is known for giving back to society when it matters the most. He won our hearts after he announced that he can offer to take complete care of the education of the children of all the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel martyred in the deadliest terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
Now, let’s take a look at the epic replies of Sehwag
7. Difference between Sehwag and Sachin
Reporter: “What is the difference between you and Sachin?”
Sehwag: “Our bank balance.”
6. Sehwag’s bold reply during his special knock against Pakistan:
Virender Sehwag: “Saqlain Mushtaq bowl karne aaya toh main six jaroor maroonga.” (If Saqlain comes to bowl, I will hit a six.)
5. Sehwag’s reply to Michael Clarke
“Your teammates call you Pup, right?”, Sehwag asked to which Michael Clarke replied, “Ya mate”. Sehwag commented, “Which breed?”
4. When Sehwag lost his wicket for 195 in a Test match against Australia in 2003
Rahul Dravid told Sehwag: You were just five singles away from a double century, you could have made it.
Sehwag: I just missed the six by just three yards.
3. Sehwag’s classy reply to the Indian selectors
An interviewer said to him: ‘You may never play for India again’
Sehwag replied: ‘Well, whose loss is that?’
2. Sehwag on retirement age in cricket
“Cricket is not like a government job where the retirement age is fixed at 60. A cricketer can retire at 30 or 60; it’s up to the player. Jayasuriya played till 42,” Sehwag told in an interview.
1. Virender Sehwag silences Geoffrey Boycott
Geoffrey Boycott: Sehwag was a brainless batsman although he played well.
Sehwag: “Boycott can say what he wants. He once batted the whole day and hit just one four.”