'Who Is Virender Sehwag?', Shakib Al Hasan Gave A Sharp Reply To The Criticism Of The Former Indian Opener

After returning to form in the T20 World Cup, Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has given a befitting reply to the criticism of Virender Sehwag.

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Bangladesh star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has given a befitting reply to the criticism of legendary Indian opener Virender Sehwag. After scoring a half-century in the T20 World Cup match against the Netherlands, Shakib answered the questions of the media in the press conference. During this, he gave a one-word answer to the question of criticism by the former Indian batsman.

Shakib Hits Back At Sehwag

Shakib, who has been in poor form for some time, was criticized by Virender Sehwag. The all-rounder played a wonderful innings against Bangladesh in the match held on Friday and won his team. After this, in the press conference, the journalist should know the reaction of Shakib about Sehwag's criticism. On hearing Sehwag's name, the player replied sarcastically, 'Who?' This answer of Shakib is being rapidly viral on social media.

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Virender Sehwag Had Targeted Shakib's Poor Form

Virender Sehwag had targeted Shakib's poor form before the match and called it shameful and also said that he should have retired a long time ago.

He had said on Cricbuzz, "During the last World Cup, I thought that he should no longer be selected for the T20 format. The time for retirement had come long ago. You are such a senior player, you were the captain of this team. In fact, he should be ashamed of his recent figures. He should come forward and announce himself that enough is enough, I am retiring from this format." Shakib Al Hasan returns to form.

Bangladesh's top all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan played a match-winning half-century of 64 runs in 46 balls against the Netherlands. During this, thanks to his innings, Bangladesh scored 159 runs. While chasing the target, the Netherlands team fell short by 25 runs and Bangladesh won.

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