Of late Virender Sehwag has been making headlines for his hilarious commentary as well as tweets. Sehwag has his own way of thinking. If not that, he is subtly blunt with his opinions. After the third and final T20I between India and England that saw a maddening batting collapse from the English batsmen, Sehwag took a hilarious dig at Indian leg-spinner Amit Mishra for his fielding. During England s chase in the second innings, Mishra dove in the second over in order to save a boundary, but awkwardly tumbled, leaving everyone laughing in the commentary box.

It was the final ball of the second over. Yuzvendra Chahal bowled on Jason Roy’s pads. Roy tucked it away towards fine-leg. Mishra, who was running towards the ropes, dived and bumped his knee into the ground and rolled himself over. That may have looked funny, but Mishra managed to save a certain boundary.

Sehwag, after the match, could not stop his laughter when the topic was raised, despite Saba Karim sarcastically saying, This is not fair with Mishra ji . Sehwag continued and made a funny statement saying, Had Mishra played chess in place of Chahal, he would have used his brain.

However, besides Mishra s fielding theatrics, he bowled well in the final clash as he conceded only 23 runs from his spell of four overs, taking the crucial wicket of Roy. Mishra gave only 6 from his third over and 3 from his fourth over.