Why Virender Sehwag wants Virat Kohli to change his name

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Updated: Dec 16, 2016 4:06 PM

As soon as Kohli scored his third double ton in the ongoing five match series against England, the Multan ka Sultan, wasted no time and took to Twitter to praise the Indian captain with his own brand of 'wittiness'.

Virendra Sehwag, Virat Kohli, Cricket, India Vs England, Sehwag Twitter, Sehwag TweetsAs soon as Kohli scored his third double ton in the ongoing five match series against England, the Multan ka Sultan, wasted no time and took to Twitter to praise the Indian captain with his own brand of ‘wittiness’. (Source: PTI)

No doubt Indian skipper Virat Kohli has been in great form lately and is touted to be the best batsmen of the current generation. With an average close to 90 in almost every format of the game, Kohli surely has no limits. Some of his recent knocks from the bat has made the whole world, including the cricketing fraternity, go gaga over him. Amongst his admirers, is the former Indian opener Virender Sehwag, who has been known for huge hits when he was on-field and now for his wittiness and pun- intended takes on Twitter. Sehwag never misses out on wishing his ex-teammates in his own unique swag which turns out to be a knee-slapper for his followers.

As soon as Kohli scored his third double ton in the ongoing five match series against England, the Multan ka Sultan, wasted no time and took to Twitter to praise the Indian captain with his own brand of ‘wittiness’. In his recent Tweet on Kohli, Sehwag has suggested a rather wacky name-change for Kohli. Sehwag posted this: “Kohli ko paper me name change Ad daalna chahiye. He should call himself Badal ,aka Cloud. Har waqt Badal ki tarah Chaaye rehte hain,Kohli !”

However, the Stylist test captain has not replied to his tweet, as he is busy taking on the Englishmen, it will be interesting to see Kohli coming up with a reply at par with Sehwag’s swag.

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India, under Kohli’s supervision, has not lost a single Test match since August 2015 and he has emerged as the first Indian Test skipper to win five back-to-back test series. On his batting front, Kohli is leading run scorer so far with 1,200 runs in mere 16 Test matches.

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