Mumbai: ‘See ball, hit ball’ was his success mantra and he won many accolades for devastating the opposition bowling. An exceptional batsman, who normally used to sing and bat, Virender Sehwag had a brilliant hand-eye co-ordination which made him a player par excellence.
Viru has his trophy cabinet full of numerous Man of the Match awards and the famous Arjuna award in 2002, but this latest trophy will stand out from the rest and will be really special for him. The ‘Sultan of Multan’ recently won an Oscar, albeit not for acting but for being the ‘Best Dad’.
On the occasion of Father’s Day, Viru’s kids Aryair and Vedant presented their father a custom-made Oscar trophy. Viru shared the picture of his trophy on Twitter.
The swashbuckling batsman retired from international cricket on October 20 last year bringing an end to an illustrious career spanning over a decade.
Many other Indian cricketers shared pictures on the occasion of Father’s Day. Here are some of them: