Former Indian opening batsman Virender Sehwag is known for his tongue in cheek comments which resemble his “watch the ball, hit the ball” batting style. Since he retired from cricket it seems like he is on a mission to wish happy birth to every cricketer of the world.

Recently he wished legendary South African bowler Shaun Pollock and former Indian bowler Debashish Mohanty’s birthday in a hilarious way.

Sehwag has retired from international cricket in 2015 after BCCI overlooked him since 2013 Test series at home.

This time in his series of humorous tweets, Sehwag decided to troll Pakistan Umar Akmal.  Sehwag also praised the talented batsman in the later part of his tweet but Pakistani fans did not feel so.

The first part of his tweet says,  “Main to nanha Sa, Munna Sa ,pyaara Sa bachha hoon.Ek chaat 4-4 bat.” Which means I am a small, little, lovely child. Four bats together as well.

In the second part, Sehwag said, “A great talent with the bat @Umar96Akmal.”

 

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