How Virender Sehwag Wished Bhuvneshwar Kumar On His Birthday

Updated: 05 February 2017 21:55 IST

Bhuvneshwar Kumar turned 27 on Sunday and was wished by former India opener Virender Sehwag in a unique way.

How Virender Sehwag Wished Bhuvneshwar Kumar On His Birthday
Bhuvneshwar Kumar turned 27 on Sunday. © AFP

Virender Sehwag has always entertained his fans, whether with his bat or words. His wit and humour continued to entertain as this time he wished Bhuvneshwar Kumar in a unique way. The medium pacer turned 27 on Sunday and was congratulated by many from the cricketing fraternity along with Sehwag. While most merely praised and wished the Meerut-born, Sehwag expressed his appreciation in an unconventional manner.

Sehwag wished Bhuvneshwar and tweeted that a wife's mood swing and Bhuvneshwar's inswing even the best cannot comprehend.

"Biwi ka mood-swing aur Bhuvi ka inswing,outswing achhe achhon ko samajh nahi aata. Swing It like Bhuvi . Happy Birthday @BhuviOfficial," Sehwag tweeted on Sunday.



In response, Bhuvneshwar thanked Sehwag and his tweet was duly retweeted by the latter.



Bhuvneshwar recently played one Test and two One-Day Internationals (ODI) against England. England lost the Test series 0-4, the ODI series 1-2 and the following Twenty20 International series 1-2 as well.

The medium pace bowler has also been included in India's squad for the one-off Test match against Bangladesh, starting February 9 in Hyderabad.

Sehwag played international cricket from 1999 to 2013 in which he played 104 Tests and 251 ODIs.

Topics : India England Bangladesh Virender Sehwag Bhuvneshwar Kumar Singh Cricket
Highlights
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar turned 27 years old on Sunday
  • He has played 16 Test matches for India
  • Virender Sehwag has played 104 Test matches for India
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