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Virender Sehwag wishes Dale Steyn in his own style on Twitter

Viru posted a birthday message for the world-class South African pacer Dale Steyn on Twitter.

Virender Sehwag
Virender Sehwag. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Virender Sehwag is omnipresent on Twitter. He is never out of the action and is always tweeting about one thing or the other. He is never out of the action and never out of controversies. Currently, Sehwag is eyeing up the coaching spot for the Indian cricket team that is up for grabs.

He has a lot of chances of getting the green light from the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC). The former Indian cricketer has the backing of history. All the Indian coaches previously in recent years have done extremely well with the team. Ravi Shastri had a great time as the Team Director and everyone knows about how Anil Kumble took India to the number one spot in Tests.

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However, talking about number ones, Viru posted a birthday message for the world-class South African pacer Dale Steyn on Twitter.

Viru wishes Dale Steyn on his birthday

Sehwag’s tweets are bound to bring a smile on your face. Today, wished the former World No.1 Test bowler, Dale Steyn. The South African pacer has been missing from international action ever since he has been sidelined with an injury. He has been recovering well and is poised to make his comeback soon.

Steyn turns 34 today and the age is surely taking a toll on him. One of the deadliest bowlers in the world missed out of the Champions Trophy squad as well. He is yet to recover from his shoulder injury and has been out of the game for the same. He is eyeing a comeback for the England Test series in July.

Coming back to Viru, the Nawab of Najafgarh tweeted his wishes for Steyn. He did it in his own style and there was no denying that it was the best birthday tweet of the day. “Happy Birthday Cricket’s James Bond, Steyn Gun @DaleSteyn62.The stains you caused to the stumps and batsman’s toes can’t ever be erased.” Sehwag wrote.

Here is the actual tweet

Steyn was humbled and thanked the Indian legend for his wishes.

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