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Sehwag Recalls King Pair Against England & Trolls Himself. Twitter Can’t Stop Praising His Guts

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Sehwag Recalls King Pair Against England & Trolls Himself. Twitter Can’t Stop Praising His Guts

Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag has once again proved that he has a pretty good sense of humour as he recalled an incident which took place in the year 2011 on this very day. Sehwag revealed how he paid tribute to Aryabhatta, the founder of zero, though unintentionally.

India was on a tour to England and in the third test match against England, Sehwag got the king pair as in the first inning, it was Stuart Broad who got him out on duck while in the second innings, it was James Anderson who sent him back to the pavilion without opening his account.

Sehwag posted a photo with the caption,

“On this day 8 years ago, I scored a king pair vs England in Birmingham after flying for 2 days to reach England and fielding 188 overs. Unwillingly paid tribute to Aryabhatta 🙂

If there was zero chance of failure, what would you do? If you have it figured, do that!”

Check out Viru’s tweet:

Twitter loved Sehwag’s sense of humour and praised him a lot for having the guts to talk about his failures. Here are some of the selected reactions:

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India lost that match by an innings and 242 runs, England scored a huge total of 710 in their first innings with the help of Alastair Cook’s 294. India scored 224 in the first innings and 244 in the second innings, making it quite easy for the hosts to win the match with a big margin.

Sehwag was the mentor of Kings XI Punjab, the IPL franchise, for three years before he left the job last year.

Undoubtedly, Sehwag has the Swag, what do you say?

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