Ashish Nehra got into a new avatar


Internet Desk: The cricket fanatics will see former Indian pacer Ashish Nehra in a new avatar during the India vs Sri Lanka series which is set to start from tomorrow. Nehra will make his debut in the commentary box tomorrow. Nehra last played for India in the recently concluded T20I series against New Zealand. The veteran left arm pacer retired from international cricket in front of his home crowd after playing the first T20I against New Zealand.

The Men in Blue won their first ever T20I match against New Zealand at Feroz Shah Kotla by 53 runs.

His former teammate Virender Sehwag announced the news with typically funny style on social media.

Nehra and Sehwag both played Ranji Trophy together for Delhi. They both were the part of 2003 and 2011 World cup team. In 2011 they were the part of the team who won the World Cup after 28 long years. Though Nehra was not a part of the final due to his injury.

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