Virender Sehwag Shares Video Of Swarms Of Locusts "Right Above The House". Watch
Virender Sehwag, former India cricketer, took to social media to post a video of swarms of locusts right above his house.
- Virender Sehwag shared a video of locusts attack above his house
- In the video, swarms of locusts can be seen flying over Sehwag's house
- "Locusts attack, right above the house," Sehwag captioned the video
Virender Sehwag, former India batsman, took to Instagram to share a video of "locusts attack" above his house on Saturday. Swarms of locusts were seen covering the sky in major parts of Gurugram and even reached Virender Sehwag's residence. In the video shared by the former India cricketer, a swarm of locusts can be seen over his house. "Locusts attack , right above the house #hamla," Virender Sehwag captioned the video on Instagram.
Locust Attack pic.twitter.com/qDt4iJIwIq— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) June 27, 2020
The city administration had informed Gurugram residents on Friday evening to keep their windows shut, anticipating a locusts attack.
The 41-year-old former cricketer recently helped the migrant labours, who have been affected due to the coronavirus-enforced lockdown.
Sehwag had posted a couple of videos where he was seen packing food for migrant labours during these testing times.
Before the ongoing coronavirus pandemic brought the whole sporting world to a standstill, Sehwag showcased his hitting prowess in front of a packed Wankhede stadium in Mumbai.
Sehwag, playing for India Legends, was part of the Road Safety World series. The tournament was called off due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The explosive batsman is the only Indian player to have scored two triple centuries in Test cricket.
Sehwag played 103 Tests and 251 One-Day Internationals for the country in a career spanning over 13 years.
The right-handed batsman scored 8,586 runs in the longest format of the game while in ODIs, Sehwag amassed 8,273 runs.
Sehwag helped his captains with the ball as well as he managed to pick up 96 wickets in ODIs and 46 scalps in Tests including a five-wicket haul that came against Australia in 2008.