Team India’s former explosive batsman Virender Sehwag said – India entered the field with the opening pair of Rohit and Mayank.
Former Indian cricket team explosive batsman Virender Sehwag believes that Rohit and Mayank should enter the field with the opening pair of Rohit and Mayank in the final match of the World Test Championship against the New Zealand cricket team from June 18.
Virender Sehwag, the only Indian batsman to score twice in Test cricket for India, said this during a special conversation with Abhishek Tripathi regarding the tour of England.
He said that if the weather is good and the wicket is good, then it is a bit comfortable to bat there. Sometimes flat wickets are also available on which it becomes much easier to bat.
Sehwag said that in my view the new balls should be respected according to the circumstances. It can prove right for you to field only those players who are coming while batting for India.
Rohit Sharma should open as an opener as the first option. So he should take the field with Mayank Agarwal as another option. This batsman has also scored a double century for the Indian team.
You can go on the field with them anytime. Apart from this, the players of the rest of Team India have the ability that they can easily beat any team at any time.
He said that in my opinion, the New Zealand team failed to score a big score even after Konwa’s double century. And his score in one innings was only around 300.
In such a situation, if you play cricket with patience in England, then you can easily face their bowlers on the pitches of England. I think the key to success for you out there is patience.
Batting against New Zealand, if you play big shots and have patience, you can score really big. Virender Sehwag said that the Indian cricket team has experienced batsmen like Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Cheteshwar Pujara, and Ajinkya Rahane.
And he is very well aware of the conditions in England right now. So in such a situation, your batsmen can get the good advantage of it.
I think India will get a good wicket on the English soil and in such a situation it can be very easy to bat there.