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IPL 2018: What KXIP mentor Virender Sehwag did for his 93-year-old fan on social media will melt your heart

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 18 April 2018, 12:57 IST
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There is no need to tell you about that how IPL matters for the cricket fans. We have seen many cricket lovers who support their team or favourite player during the match. During this IPL season, the madness level among the fans also raised to the highest peak.

Well, there is a no age limit for the fans to see the match. This has proved recently by the former Indian Cricketer and Kings XI Punjab mentor Virender Sehwag’s fan. Viru has a huge fan following since he started playing for Indian cricket team. From child to adult, Virender Sehwag loved by everyone. He had given the mind-blowing performance to the team that made him the best player for the team.

Sehwag has met with many fans that have made him surprised but this time he met with his most passionate and oldest fan during the match. The special thing about Viru’s fan is that he is 93-year-old.

Virender Sehwag not only met with him but also shared the selfie with his old age fan on his social media accounts. He also captioned the picture, ‘Felt extremely touched on meeting Om Prakash ji, who is 93 years old and came from Patiala to meet me in Chandigarh and expressed his love for me. Dada ko Pranam.’

See what he did:

 

Well, KXIP under the mentorship of Virender Sehwag doing well in this season of IPL 2018. As the team has won two matches out of the three. Not only the team as a whole but the individual players also creating a record for the team. As KL Rahul has scored the fastest fifty in this 11th edition of IPL against Delhi Daredevils.

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Also read: IPL 2018, MI vs RCB: Twitterati calls Virat Kohli a ‘run machine’; here’s why everyone is appreciating the RCB skipper

First published: 18 April 2018, 12:24 IST
 
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