James Anderson has been England's strike bowler in Tests    Getty Images
James Anderson has been England’s strike bowler in Tests Getty Images

Virender Sehwag ever since his retirement from international cricket has caught the limelight for his funny birthday wishes and congratulatory messages on the micro-blogging site Twitter. Sehwag with his witty one liners and humour has earned many fans ever since he has become active on Twitter. On Saturday as England’s fast bowler James Anderson turned 34, Sehwag again reached out to wish him in his very own style. He in his straight forward explained in just one line, was able to explain how Pamela Anderson was the most famous ‘Anderson’ in India before England’s strike bowler in Tests burst to limelight. READ: Virender Sehwag s brilliance: Compilation of best tweets

Sehwag has stuck to a habit of wishing cricketers on their birthdays ever since he has left playing cricket. On the occasion of former South African player, Jonty Rhodes birthday as well, Sehwag recalled the good old childhood Indian games, based on the fielding talents of Rhodes.

Born July 30, 1982, in Burnley, Lancashire, Anderson has played 117 Tests for England and has picked a massive 458 wickets in them. He is master of wing bowling when at his best. His best figures in Tests are 7-43. He has taken 21 five-wicket hauls and 3 ten-wicket hauls as well. He made his Test debut in 2003 against Zimbabwe at the Home of cricket – Lord’s. He has played in 194 ODIs and has taken 269 wickets. His best figures include 5-23.