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Virender Sehwag celebrated captaining MCC to victory over Durham in the Champion County match in Abu Dhabi with an #MCCselfie photo in the team dressing room.
After reaching lunch on 95 not out, in the process putting his side on the cusp of victory, Sehwag and his teammates posed for a selfie snap for the India star to share with his 2.4m Twitter following.
Lancashire's Kyle Hogg, whose four wickets in the Durham first innings helped MCC on their way to victory, quickly coined #MCCselfie in honour of his skipper, with other members of the match-winning team also getting involved on the social network.
Among those to tweet the picture was England's Monty Panesar, while Cricinfo posted it on their Facebook page.
MCC won the match by six wickets, with Sehwag making 109.