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Virender Sehwag turns ‘babysitter’ in hilarious ad, Hayden warns ‘never take Aussies for a joke’

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The banter and war-of-words for the upcoming India vs Australia have begun. India will tackle Australia at dwelling in two T20 Internationals (T20Is) and 5 One-Day Internationals (ODIs) beginning February 24.

Forward of the tour, Virender Sehwag turned babysitter for a TV industrial concerning the sequence, making references to the Rishabh Pant-Tim Paine banter throughout India’s current tour of Australia.

Former Australian opener Matthew Hayden was fast to react. He warned Virender Sehwag and India about taking the Australian cricket staff calmly. 

“#BeWarned By no means take Aussie’s for a joke Viru Boy @virendersehwag @StarSportsIndia Simply bear in mind who’s child sitting the #WorldCup trophy,” Hayden tweeted.

Within the commercial for a TV channel, Sehwag might be seen with a bunch of youngsters carrying Australian jerseys, saying: “Jab hum Australia gaye the, toh unhone poocha tha babysitting karoge? Humne kahaa sabke sab aajaao. Zaroor karenge.”

This complete babysitting joke started on the third day of the Boxing Day Check, when Australian captain and wicketkeeper Paine tried to distract Pant who was at crease with a query: “Do you babysit? I can take my spouse to the films whilst you watch the children.”

Paine’s remark was a dig at the truth that Pant was to be return after the Check sequence as India went with MS Dhoni within the ODI sequence towards Australia.

Nevertheless, throughout Indian staff’s New 12 months meet with Australian Prime Minister, Pant was pictured with Paine’s spouse Bonnie and his youngsters and the {photograph} posted by Bonnie with the captain “finest babysitter” went viral.

The joke turned so large that the Bharat Military even devoted a track to Babysitter Pant. 

The primary T20I between India and Australia will likely be held on February 24 in Bengaluru adopted by second T20I on February 27 in Visakhapatnam. 

India will play Australia in 5 ODI matches beginning March 2 on the Rajiv Gandhi Worldwide Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad. Nagpur will host the second ODI on March 5 on the Vidarbha Cricket Affiliation Stadium. Ranchi’s JSCA Worldwide Stadium Advanced will see the third ODI on March 8, adopted by Mohali (March 10) and Delhi (March 13).

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