Virender Sehwag takes shelter under an umbrella before 3rd ODI. Twitter reacts and feels he should try Bollywood!

Virender Sehwag, no matter what he does, he certainly attracts a following, be it positive or negative

Former opening batsman of India Virender Sehwag is a popular man on the social circuit. Popularly called the ‘Sultan of Multan’, he is never shy of a comment on Twitter. In his prime, he tore bowling apart and today with his tweets he regales one and all. Virender Sehwag also has a double hundred in limited overs internationals. Currently, he is part of the broadcasting team and is heard commentating. India takes on Australia in the 3rd One Day International at the Holkar Stadium at Indore, the same ground Virender Sehwag got his maiden double ton in ODI’s versus a depleted West Indies team. India his hosting Australia at home and the Virat Kohli-led team India has taken a 2-0 lead in the series on the back of the good collective play,

Virender Sehwag was on the ground for the toss and just before the toss, he paused for a photo op. It was sunny hence he was standing under an umbrella. BCCI posted the picture on their Twitter handle and captioned it as, “Taking shelter under an umbrella now after making bowlers run for cover as @virendersehwag blazed his way to an ODI double century here.” Here is the tweet.

To this picture fans reacted in their own unique manner, here is the pick of the tweets:

As we speak, Australia is batting first and Finch is opening not Cartwright. The good news for all Australian fans is that the visitors have not lost a wicket.

 

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