'Locked down with this one for 9 years' - Mohammad Kaif wishes wife on their anniversary in a cheeky way

‘Locked down with this one for 9 years’ – Mohammad Kaif wishes wife on their anniversary in a cheeky way

The highlight of Kaif's career probably would be the knock he played at Lord's in 2002 in the Natwest series final.

Mohammad Kaif
Mohammad Kaif. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Mohammad Kaif burst out to the scene back in 2000 when he led the India under-19 team to a world cup victory. The Uttar Pradesh batsman made his International debut soon after that. He became a regular feature in the national team in the early 2000s. Kaif established himself as one of the key members of the side due to his ability to bat in the middle and lower order. Additionally, he was an exceptional fielder and the catches he took were breathtaking.

The widespread outbreak of coronavirus had forced the Indian government to take steps to restrict the movement of the citizens in the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced that the country will have a 21-day lockdown to prevent the spread of the deadly virus.

Mohammad Kaif wishes his wife anniversary with the most adorable caption

In the wake of the lockdown, Mohammad Kaif, who was celebrating his marriage anniversary, decided to upload a picture on Twitter with his wife. On his anniversary, the former Indian cricketer uploaded the picture with a very funny caption.

Kaif said he has been lockdown with his wife for the last 9 years now. He also called it his life’s best partnership. The caption on the post was, “Been locked down with this one for 9 years now #HappyAnniversary, Pooja. This has been my life’s best partnership!”

The highlight of Kaif’s career probably would be the knock he played at Lord’s in 2002 in the Natwest series final. After India was struggling at 146 for 5 chasing a total of 326, Kaif got together with Yuvraj Singh to take India to a victory. In fact, Mohammad Kaif did not out and scored 87 runs in that match to take India home to a historic victory. He played his last game for India in 2006.

The 39-year-old had played 13 Tests and 125 ODIs before he was dropped the squad due to inconsistent performance. After that, he continued playing for the Uttar Pradesh domestic side. He made valuable contributions to the side’s performance during that period.

After retiring from all forms of the game, Kaif has been closely involved with cricket either in a commentary stint 0r coaching. He was the assistant coach of Delhi capitals in the last season of the IPL. Previously, he was also the assistant coach of the now-defunct Gujarat lions in the IPL. He had recently participated in the Road Safety World Series recently in Maharashtra which was cancelled due to the outbreak of coronavirus. In that tournament, Kaif was seen featuring with his old teammates such as Yuvraj Singh, Zaheer Khan, Irfan Pathan, Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar.