Virender Sehwag catches Shane Warne and Sourav Ganguly red-handed. Here's how

Dada and Warney were caught in the act

Sourav Ganguly and Shane Warne
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Sourav Ganguly and Shane Warne. (Photo Source: Twitter)

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It is a well-renowned fact that Virender Sehwag is a notorious act when it comes to his Tweets. Much like his fearless batting, Sehwag is fearless with his qwerty keypad with his hilarious birthday wishes and reviews based on cricket or social aspects.

The Sultan of Multan has trolled various cricketing personalities and this time it was the turn of legendary leg-spinner Shane Warne and Royal Bengal Tiger Sourav Ganguly. Sehwag tweeted a picture of Dada and Warney taking a quick nap during the high-voltage India-Pakistan fixture at Edgbaston, Birmingham in the ICC Champions Trophy.

Shane Warne and Sourav Ganguly are a part of the elite panel of commentators in the tournament. They also chip in with their expert comments and analysis. Due to the hectic schedule of the tournament apart from the constant to and fro motion from the studios, commentary box and the ground, it can be demanding sometimes for the ageing legends of the game.

Dada Sleeping on the floor

Therefore, Warne took to the couch for a quickie. Dada didn’t even wait for an empty couch as he took to the floor for sleeping. Sehwag was quick to capture the two legends in the act and didn’t take too long update his followers on Twitter. The tweet from Virender Sehwag captioned, “The future is shaped by one’s dreams. These legends still don’t waste time in following their dreams. Sone ka Maza @SGanguly99 @ShaneWarne”

Also, the fact that the match was frequently interrupted by rain didn’t help their cause either. The match had as many as 4 interruptions as players walked off the pitch for long breaks. Despite all the halts, Indians managed to win the match by a handsome margin of 124 runs by Duckworth-Lewis Method. Batting first, the likes of Dhawan, Kohli, Yuvraj and Pandya lit up the stadium with their strokeplay. Thanks to some disciplined bowling from Umesh Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja, India restricted the Pakistani lineup to a dismal total of 164.