The man who terrorized bowlers with his explosive batting in his playing days, Virender Sehwag, is now ruling the world of Twitter in his own style. The former opener has developed a knack of wishing other cricketers on their birthdays in his own style.
The ever witty Sehwag continued the trend on Wednesday and this time legendary player Allan Border was in line to face the Nawb of Najafgarh. Sehwag compared the former Aussie batsman with Bollywood movie Border and made an interesting request to Border. Sehwag’s request says, ‘Border’ movie was made by India and since he missed making a movie on the legendary Sunil Gavaskar, he wishes to see a movie being made on his former teammate, Sachin Tendulkar.
Sehwag tweeted:”Hpy Bdy Allan Border.Hearing joke since childhood,but Border Sahab we made film Border,you still haven’t made Gavaskar,chalo make Tendulkar.”
Allan Border, who led Australia to their first World Cup title in 1987, is celebrating his 61st birthday today. The first man to score ten thousand runs in Tests, Border represented Australia in 156 Tests and 273 One Day Internationals. He scored 11174 runs in Tests and 6524 runs in ODIs.