Virender Sehwag Hilarious Reply To Michael Vaughan On Birthday Wish
Today (20th October) is the birthday of one of the most entertaining Indian cricketers Virender Sehwag. Social Media is flooded with the birthday wishes for the player. Every cricket lover and cricketer is wishing the player on Twitter. Michael Vaughan also wished the player to which Virender Sehwag replied in a hilarious way. His reply has left everyone in a laugh.
Today, Virender Sehwag has turned to 41 years. The Indian opener had illustrious cricket career. He is known for hitting boundaries in every format. He was the successful opener in the Indian Team. The player played 104 Test matches and 251 ODIs. His innings were the most memorable one as he kept entertaining everyone through his shots.
Today the twitter is congratulating the player and celebrating his day with good wishes. Sehwag also celebrated his day in a special way. As we all know Sehwag is the king of Tweets, his comments can leave everyone in awe. Michael Vaughan in a sarcastic way wished Sehwag as he wrote-
“Happy 50th birthday @virendersehwag … Have a great day … ”
Sehwag replied him in a hilarious way which has left everyone in a laugh. He wrote-
Thanks for your wishes, Michael. How do you manage to keep track? I am an ageless and timeless buddy
Thanks for your wishes Michael. How do you manage to keep track? I am ageless and timeless buddy— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) October 20, 2019
His reply has left the Twitter praise the player in a funny way.
Aur ye viru sir ka behtareen cover drive— Altamash Ali (@altuali786) October 20, 2019
Savage viru— Nevil Poladiya (@nevilpolo) October 20, 2019
Virender Sehwag is ready to return in cricket
Virender Sehwag has many records in his name. In 2015, he retired from cricket but he is still connected to cricket through commentary and TV shows. He is famous for his one-liners which leave everyone in amazement.
The aggressive right-hand opening batsman scored 8586 runs in Test cricket and 8273 runs in ODIs. Sehwag is all set to return to action when he will join cricketing legends like and for the upcoming Road Safety World Series in India.