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Virender Sehwag Cryptically Says He Wants To Be Selector, Asks 'Kaun Mujhe Mauka Dega?'

Hack:Virender Sehwag has come up with a cryptic tweet as he has expressed his wish to become an Indian team selectorWhile it is still unknown whether the former Indian vice-captain is bluffing or whether he really means it

Virender Sehwag Cryptically Says He Wants To Be Selector, Asks 'Kaun Mujhe Mauka Dega?'
Sehwag had made his international debut in 1999 and hung up his boots in 2015.

Virender Sehwag has come up with a cryptic tweet as he has expressed his wish to become an Indian team selector. Viru took to Twitter and wrote Mujhe Selector banna hai… Kaun mujhe mauka dega? (I want to become a selector. Who will give me a chance?).

Twitter reactions to Virender Sehwag's wish

While it is still unknown whether the former Indian vice-captain is bluffing or whether he really means it, but nonetheless, here's what the netizens had to tell the ex-Delhi cricketer.


Virender Sehwag's career both on and off the field

Sehwag had made his international debut in 1999 and hung up his boots in 2015. During his more than one-and-a-half decade career, he has represented India in 104 Tests and 251 One Day Internationals. He was a part of many of Team India's historic wins which include the famous Natwest tri-series triumph in 2002, the unforgettable Pakistan tour in 2003/04, ICC World T20 2007, The tri-series win in Australia in 2007/08, being a part of the Indian squad which reached at the summit of the ICC Test rankings in 2009 and winning the World Cup in 2011.

Post his retirement, the former explosive batsman has excelled as a commentator and as an expert analyst of the game since the last few years with his good sense of humour, He also entertains the fans with his sense of humour on social media as well.

Apart from a remarkable cricketing career as well as a successful commentary stint, the 40-year-old also served as a mentor with the IPL team Kings XI Punjab in three seasons in 2016, 2017 and 2018 respectively.

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