Team India’s former opening batsman Virender Sehwag was known for fluttering of big bowlers. In front of Viru’s explosive batting, the world’s leading bowlers were scared, but Viru was also scared to face a bowler. Sehwag Felt This Bowler Fear. These bowlers were neither Brett nor Rawalpindi Express, Shoaib Akhtar, but Sehwag whom he feared from a spin bowler.
Sehwag Felt This Bowler Fear
In a conversation with a TV channel, Sehwag has revealed that he was afraid of former Sri Lankan veteran spinner Muthia Muralidharan. Sehwag told that batting against Muralitharan was very difficult. Sehwag said that I did not feel afraid of any bowler, but Muralidaran’s bowling and facial expressions were aroused by fear. He often used to throw ‘the second’, which was very difficult to play.
Sehwag had sparked a sensation by giving this statement that Mahendra Singh Dhoni had become a great cricketer because of Sourav Ganguly’s sacrifice. Captain Sourav had previously left for his batting order (Veeru) and then (One Down) Dhoni. After Dhoni made some changes in the series, Dhoni changed his career.
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Sehwag is the first player to score a triple century in Test cricket from India. Sehwag has two triple centuries in Test cricket. Not only this, in the ODIs, Viru has done a great double century. Virender Sehwag had done a double century in ODIs against the West Indies team at the Holkar Stadium in Indore. Sehwag was an unbelievable batsman who had the potential to score sixes on a score of 90, 190 or 290, and for this he had also scolded Sachin Tendulkar many times, but he never did it by doing so Nervous