Sachin Tendulkar wishes Mohammad Kaif on his 37th birthday with a hilarious tweet!

Sachin Tendulkar wishes Mohammad Kaif on his 37th birthday with a hilarious tweet!

Chhattisgarh skipper Mohammad Kaif turned 37 on December 1

Former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar wished one of India’s best fielders of the century, Mohammad Kaif, on his 37th birthday. After Virender Sehwag, it is Tendulkar who has taken up the buck to post hilarious birthday wishes on cricketers’ birthday. First, Tendulkar wished Sehwag on his birthday in October with an upside down text referring to what he did on the cricket field.

And now, the 44-year-old commended Kaif’s fielding efforts as he wished the Chhattisgarh skipper. Here’s what he tweeted –

Tendulkar compared Kaif to DC Comics’ superhero Superman. Kaif was quick to react to Tendulkar’s tweet. Here’s what the birthday boy replied to the wish –

Well, it was not just the centurion of centuries who trolled Kaif on his birthday. Former Australian opening batsman, Matthew Hayden, apologised for terrifying him at the catching position. Here’s what he tweeted –

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Kaif had a prompt reply to him as well –

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Kaif has not yet retired from all forms of cricket. He is leading Chhattisgarh in the Ranji Trophy season 2017-18. Though he has not been in the best of forms with the bat. He scored 136 runs from 7 innings in Ranji Trophy’s ongoing season.

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