Matthew Hayden Turns 48: 3 Tweets By Haydos That Won Indians Over
The former explosive Australian batsman Matthew Hayden turns 48 on October 29, 2019. 'Haydos', who was a very big part of the near-invincible Australian team of the 2000s, is now a popular figure among Indian cricket fans. On the occasion of his birthday, let us take a look at three Matthew Hayden tweets that made Indian fans really happy.
Urging Indians to donate towards the Kaveri
Happy Independence Day India🙏 Please make a conscious effort to conserve our most valuable global commodity #water by supporting #rallyforrivers Join me in donating to https://t.co/0DVUv7Tgh8 an end India’s water crisis @SadhguruJVpic.twitter.com/h9o6esGIU3— Matthew Hayden AM (@HaydosTweets) August 15, 2019
Hayden has stood out for constantly embracing Indian culture. Not only were the fans happy that the man wished them a happy Independence Day, but also promoted a good cause by urging Indians to donate towards saving River Kaveri and its precious waters.
Congratulating India on beating Australia
Congrats to the Boys in Blue @YUVSTRONG12 . A really good contest. 👌Makes you wonder when the next time in this competition these two great teams will see each other again? Kinda hope it’s in the finals🤞🏆 @cricketworldcup@AaronFinch5@imVkohli— Matthew Hayden AM (@HaydosTweets) June 9, 2019
On June 9, 2019, India beat Australia in the ICC Cricket World Cup by 36 runs. Hayden took to Twitter to congratulate India and express his desire to see both teams compete in the final. Indian fans were really happy with Hayden's sportsmanship and replied to the tweet positively.
Staying loyal to his "home"
Very very special performance @ChennaiIPL@ShaneRWatson33 take a bow mate...#crushedit God Bless you all as our beloved festival of @IPL comes to a conclusion. Love you India❤️❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/sDHeLJucwq— Matthew Hayden AM (@HaydosTweets) May 27, 2018
Matthew Hayden graced the IPL in the first three seasons as he played for the Chennai Super Kings. The Mongoose Bat sporting left-hander, who won the Orange Cap in the second season, congratulated his former team on winning the IPL for the third time. He further proceeded to call IPL "a beloved festival" and ended the tweet with expressing his love to a nation which never falls short of expressing love to the Australian cricketing dynamite.