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He may have been of the most destructive batsmen Indian cricket has ever produced, but you would be surprised to see Virender Sehwag’s eye for nature’s unique beauty.
The Indian cricketer recently tweeted an amazing picture which shows the sunset among the clouds looking like the sun smiling and also three birds flying above positioned in such a way that it looks like a smile.
Virender Sehwag, these days, quite well known for his interesting tweets with a lot of puns as well. His witty mind always making fun of even a slightest wrong doing.
Sehwag once used to mesmerize his fans all over the world with swashbuckling batting until he announced his retirement from cricket in October last year. He played 104 Tests with 8,586 runs and 251 ODIs with 8,273 runs.
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) June 29, 2016
With enough time in his hands after retirement, Sehwag looks making full use of it. A few days ago he was on a tour of US, while he tweeted a picture in which he is at a baseball game in New York. The match was between the New York Yankees and Minnesota Twins.
‘See ball, hit ball’ always remained his success mantra and he won many accolades for devastating the opposition bowling with ruthless mindset. An exceptional batsman, who with his casual approach normally used to sing and bat, Sehwag enjoyed a brilliant hand-eye co-ordination which eventually made him a player par excellence.
He has been proactive in social media ever since retired from cricket. Recently Sehwag, who had been Kumble’s team-mate for years said the ex-leggie who once bowled with a broken jaw in Antigua would be an inspiration for the players in the dressing room.
“Jumbo news 4Team India. Congrats @anilkumble1074. To have a coach who cud play with broken jaw wud be an inspiration for guys in a dressing room,” Sehwag wrote on the social networking site.