Virender Sehwag Announced His Retirement From International Cricket. An explosive indian opener announced his retirement from all forms of internattional cricket on 19-10-2015 at Dubai.
Virender Sehwag Announced His Retirement From International Cricket:-
Virender Sehwag, an explosive indian opener announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket and brings down the curtains on a remarkable career in which he scored 17,253 international runs across formats. Virender sehwag played played 104 tests, 251 ODI’s & 19 T20I’s. He scored 8586 runs in tests, 8273 runs from ODI’s and 394 runs from T20I’s.
Virender Sehwag is the only cricketer to score a triple century in test cricket from india and that too he scored twice. He is the second batsmen to score a double century after sachin tendulkar in Odi’s. He made his ODI debut in 1999 and was initially seen as a limited-overs player, Sehwag’s biggest contribution was changing the way opening batsman approached Test cricket. A day before on his birthday he announced his retirement.
He is the member of Indian team in 2007 T20I world cup and also a member in historic 2011 World Cup Indian team and played an memorable innings with sachin tendulkar.His last Test was in March 2013 against Australia in Hyderabad and his last ODI came against Pakistan in January 2013. He lost his place in the T20 team in 2012
His Attacking Approach Made So Many Fans From The Cricketing World :-
Sehwag got a name that most revolutionary opener in the world cricket because of his attacking approach. He plays with ease and attack the bowlers in a brutal way. Proof for his attacking approach is his strike rate and his shots during opening power play and his strike-rate of 82.23 is the best for any batsman to aggregate over 2000 runs. He scored 1040 run in nine Tests including 195 on day one of the MCG Test and India’s first triple century, a 375-ball 309 against Pakistan at Multan in 2003-04 season.
Now Sehwag had been captaining Haryana in the Ranji Trophy, and had scored two half-centuries in their first two matches of the season. He will be joining his Haryana team-mates in Mysore on October 21, and the Haryana Cricket Association secretary Anirudh Chaudhry has indicated Sehwag will play the rest of the season for the team