Nathan McCullum takes dig at brother Brendon over childhood pic

Nathan McCullum takes dig at brother Brendon over childhood pic

The McCullum brothers certainly have been cricket fans since childhood.

Brendon McCullum
Lahore Qalandars’ skipper Brendon McCullum. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The McCullum brothers share great camaraderie among themselves. Time and again, Nathan McCullum and Brendon McCullum have shown their love for one another on the social media. And recently, the brotherly love continued to be on display with Brendon posting a picture on his social media handle.

Brendon McCullum posted a childhood picture in which he is seen with his brother Nathan McCullum. The McCullum brothers certainly have been cricket fans since childhood. No wonder why they are still succeeding in the field and enjoy their game so much. Nathan was quick to comment back on the picture and took a poking dig at his brother.

Brendon looks quite fat in his childhood pic and had some ‘cheeky’ trouble. Taking a dig at the same, Nathan McCullum wrote, “Glad you got rid of the puppy fat bro! Not many people could say they did a strawpedo at 6 years old????????????”

Here is what Nathan tweeted:

Here is the picture that Brendon had posted:

Born Thirsty!

A post shared by Brendon McCullum (@bazmccullum42) on

Commenting on the cricketing times of the McCullum brothers, Nathan McCullum has been out of cricket action for a long time now. He last played a professional game in 2016 in the ICC World T20 in India. More recently, he was seen in the St. Moritz Ice Cricket tournament. Meanwhile, Brendon McCullum is enjoying his time in the T20 leagues.

He recently captained the Lahore Qalandars in the Pakistan Super League. He was unfortunate to see his side crash out of the league before the playoffs. He took full responsibility of the defeat and remarked that he can step down as the captain of the Qalandars if need be.

“Ultimately as captain, you’re responsible for the performances. I feel like I’ve done the same things that I do in any team that I’ve led, but unfortunately, that hasn’t resonated. So that’s the question we’ve got to ask tonight as well – whether it’s better offloading it to someone else and seeing if we can get better results. Doesn’t matter if you’re saying the right things, but if they’re not hitting home or the instructions aren’t being followed, then you’re always going to be pushing it uphill,” he had quoted.

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