Virender Sehwag and other Indian cricketers pose in the swimming pool© Instagram
With the coronavirus epidemic in full flow, people including athletes have recently become indifferent. Posting throwback photos on social media has become a trend since the lockdown began and is still being run. Former cricketer of India Virender Sehwag Is playing its role with a nostalgic upload on its social media handle. Recently he shared a photo on Instagram, which shows him and other former Indian cricketers sharing a light moment in a swimming pool.
Also taking a sarcasm at Laxman, Sehwag captioned the photo, “No one is as smart as all of us. Shree @ vvslaxman281 had practiced social distancing practice since Toh Pehle …. Itni Dori Kun Bhrata Sh. .. that toh covid19 ka zamaana na tha #memoriesforlife ”.
The photo sent many Indian cricket fans into a Gaga mode. One user commented, “When cricket was an emotion … it’s that day.”
Meanwhile, another fan said, “What an epic team of the Legends full”.
One of the best batsmen in world cricket, Sehwag was an opener for India, and could bowl at times. He has several batting records, including the highest score made by an Indian in Test cricket, which was 319 against South Africa. Sehwag retired from all types of cricket on 20 October 2015.
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