Virender Sehwag, known for his clever comical inclination, thought of a legendary answer after a Twitter client attempted to savage him over a post on Virat Kohli provoking up Jonny Bairstow
Virender Sehwag, known for his clever funny bone, thought of a legendary answer after a Twitter client attempted to savage him over a post on Virat Kohli exasperating up Jonny Bairstow. Kohli had sledged Bairstow on Day 3 of the rescheduled fifth Test among India and England at Edgbaston, and before long, the player, who was battling at first, shifted gears and attacked the Indian assault. Jonny Bairstow’s “Strike Rate before Kohli’s Sledging – : 21. Post Sledging – 150. Pujara ki tarah khel rahe thhey, Kohli ne Pant banwa diya bewajah sledge karke (He was playing like Pujara, Kohli transformed him into Pant with his superfluous sledging),” Sehwag had tweeted during Bairstow’s thump.
A client answered to him inquiring as to whether Sehwag would have tweeted had Bairstow gotten out in the wake of being sledged by Kohli.
“Haan yaar, karta (Yes, I would have),” Sehwag wrote accordingly.
Bairstow proceeded to raise his hundred years off 119 conveyances and was ultimately excused for 106 off 140 balls by Mohammed Shami.
His thump helped take England to a good all out of 284, with the hosts down to 84/5 at a certain point.
It was Bairstow’s eleventh Test century and third in as many matches.
India, who had scored 416 in their most memorable paper, took a 132-run first innings lead.
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They stretched out their benefit to 257 as they completed on 125/3 at Stumps on Day 3.
Cheteshwar Pujara and Rishabh Pant were unbeaten at the wrinkle on 50 and 30 individually.