Virender Sehwag needs no introduction to social media, the former Indian cricketer has been literally killing if off the field ever since his retirement in 2013. From drawing hilarious comparisons to his unique birthday wishes, the Nawab of Najafgarh doesn't seem to leave any stone unturned.
The latest to sample a dose of Viru's Sehwagasm is none other than the fiesty Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja.
The Rajput boy was clinical in his performance against England during India's eight-wicket win at Mohali. The southpaw smashed a brilliant 90 in the first innings and claimed four scalps in the two innings. His exploits on the field also earned him the Man of the Match award alongside a Rs 1 lakh cash prize.
Not to miss out on an opportunity to make his presence felt, Sehwag took to Twitter and spoke his mind in yet another uncanny manner. Taking a dig at Jadeja, the 38-year-old highlighted the plight of Indian citizens who are finding it hard to use the newly-introduced Rs 2,000 note and urged the Indian left-hander to share his cash-prize with him.November 29, 2016
His tweet, as always, invoked a massive response on the micro-blogging website, attracting over 8,000 likes and 2,000 retweets.
On the other hand, Sehwag also took out some of his precious time to troll New Zealand cricketer Ross Taylor who is scheduled to undergo an eye surgery to get his pterygium removed today.
Aankhon me Teri azab si azab si adayeein hain.
Get well soon Ross. Best wishes for a speedy recovery. https://t.co/cgLmcWFuIf
Few days back, Sehwag and Taylor had a hilarious exchange on Twitter after the latter's 5-year-old daughter, Mackenzie, had somehow managed to tag Viru and Suresh Raina in a blank tweet. The tweet instigated a response from Sehwag who was quick to ask: "Why tagging without typing. Hope stitching going on fine and you getting many orders."
Unaware about his daughter's actions, Taylor clarified that it was actually Mackenzie who had somehow managed to tweet out to the two cricketers without his knowing.
Taylor, who smashed a blistering hundred against Pakistan in the recently-concluded Test match, has some eye trouble. A growth in his left eye was discovered which needs to be surgically removed.
What happened Taylor ji..
Why tagging without typing. Hope stitching going on fine and you getting many orders. https://t.co/B6cnr8Y1pY
Wonderful to hear that. Congratulations on the century ! You love hitting against Pakistan ,WC 2011 still fresh in our memories https://t.co/PHBPvodjro— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) November 28, 2016