Thursday, December 8, 2011

The Magic of Sehwag's bat (unforgettable 219 in 149 balls)...

On Thursday, anything was possible for Virendor Sehwag. By age of out for 219, the best personal ranking in ODIs, there were still 53.3 overs eventually left to be bowled at Indore. But everyone realized the fight was over. Cricket is a group game. But not when Sehwag is in the feelings and in bit-torrent.

This was a Viru, Viru unique. Like the on the internet beat hit, it immediately took Indian by weather. But there was no kolaveri, or murderous anger, on present. It was classic kola-Viru - mellow performance, Sehwag design. His cerebral vascular accidents were violent; his personality was almost child-like.

The stand-in Indian leader even laughed with the Caribbeans. He seemed to be hitting for enjoyment, as if giving a present of the gods with less mortals. No delight that despite being at the getting end, they all shook palms with him when he dead. That involved leader Darren Sammy, who had let move the dolliest of possibilities when Sehwag was on 170.

They realized they were blessed.

Last season, Ian Chappell similar Sehwag to Don Bradman for his capability to blend two challenging tasks: ranking easily and publish large lots. The smart Australia may have a factor.

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