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A birthday like never before: Here's how everyone's beloved Virender Sehwag celebrated his big day

Former India opener Virender Sehwag turned 38 on Thursday, and the 'Nawab of Najafgarh' celebrated the day big day like never before.

A birthday like never before: Here's how everyone's beloved Virender Sehwag celebrated his big day

New Delhi: Former India opener Virender Sehwag turned 38 on Thursday, and the 'Nawab of Najafgarh' celebrated the day big day like never before.

Sehwag, regarded as one of the most destructive batsmen to have ever played the sport, has managed to establish an impressive online fan base thanks to his brilliant, politically correct and at times, funny Twitter posts.

But when it comes to wishing someone a birthday, he is unrivaled. In fact, the batting great makes it compulsory to wish celebrities, especially cricketers, on their birthdays and also in important occasions.

And even on his birthday, he spent the day responding to queries and doing commentary.

"You can ask your questions to me using #AskSehwag . Will try and answer as many as possible and then will do #ViruKiCommentary on Periscope," he wrote.

Then, started a busy day with questions ranging from his favorite lunch to toughest bowler he ever faced.

Those who have managed to spent some time tracking all his answers to the queries from fans would be able to compile an altogether a new, complete profile on the celebrated cricketer.

Here are some Q&As

Also known as the ‘Sultan of Multan’ for his 309 against Pakistan in Multan, Sehwag still holds the record of being the only Indian to have scored a triple hundred in a Test innings, not just once but twice.

He played 104 Tests and 251 ODIs for India, in a career spanning some 14 years. He made India debut in an ODI match against Pakistan at Mohali on April 01, 1999. He announced retirement on October 20, 2015 after scoring 17253 international runs, with 38 centuries.

From Zee News

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