Rohit Sharma responds hilariously when asked to choose between Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag

Rohit Sharma responds hilariously when asked to choose between Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag
Rohit Sharma, Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag. (Image Source: Twitter)

On a lazy Sunday, Indian vice-captain Rohit Sharma decided to host a Q&A session on Instagram. Rohit replied to his followers via Instagram stories.


There, he was asked to choose between two of the best limited-overs openers the game of cricket has witnessed, in the form of Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar.

Also, the Sehwag-Tendulkar pair was responsible for the decimation of several bowling attacks around the world.


The successful opening partnership helped India during their bid to win the 2011 ODI World Cup, by providing uplifting starts.

In fact, the two are placed sixth in the record tally of highest opening wicket partnerships, accumulating 3919 runs. The famous Sachin-Sehwag alliance has 12-century stands, and 18 half-century partnerships, in 93 outings. Their partnership averaged 42.13 with the best opening stand 182 runs. Additionally, the two hold monumental individual career run tally.

When asked to choose between the two, Rohit replied, “marwaoge kya”. During his interaction with his fans, the Hitman was even asked what he would do first once the lockdown is lifted.


Replying to it, Rohit reshared the video uploaded a few days back, where he glamorously hit sixes all over the ground – from over the slips to fine-leg.

Further, Rohit was also asked to describe former Indian captain, MS Dhoni, in one-word. The Mumbai Indians (MI) captain had just the word ‘Legend’, to name Chennai Super Kings (CSK) captain.

Furthermore, one of his followers asked Rohit his views on Indian captain Virat Kohli. But, the fan misspelt Kohli as ‘Kholi’. To which, the Mumbaikar cheekily asked the fan to check his spelling.


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