Team India's former explosive opener Virender Sehwag has revealed the true motivation of his batting. Sehwag stated that Angad, the character of Ramayana, is the actual inspiration of his batting. Sehwag, one of the vital aggressive batsmen of his time, stated he bought numerous inspiration from Angad. Angad was a part of the Vanar Sena in Ramayana, who helped Lord Rama save Sita from Lanka. Sehwag shared Angad's picture on his official Twitter account and stated why the character is so inspiring to him. Sehwag tweeted, 'So that is what impressed me to bat. <! –
It is unimaginable to not transfer the toes.
A lockdown of 21 days was carried out to win the warfare in opposition to the Corona virus in India. Meanwhile, individuals had been requested to remain in houses, as social distancing is critical to keep away from an infection with this virus. People had appealed for the Ramayana on TV to stay at dwelling, which is now being aired on DD National. Seeing this, Virender Sehwag additionally remembered the actual inspiration of his batting.
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Virender Sehwag shared two photos on his official Twitter account on Sunday evening, by which nobody is ready to shake Angad's leg. This episode of Ramayana was aired on Doordarshan on Sunday evening by which Bali's son Agand had set his foot within the meeting of Ravana, which the mighty demons couldn’t even transfer. Virender Sehwag has shared two photos of Angad's foothold, captioned, "From where I drew my batting inspiration. It's hard not to move, it's impossible. Angad ji rocks"
The solely Indian batsman to attain a triple century
Sehwag is the one Indian batsman to attain two triple centuries in Test cricket. Viru has scored triple centuries in opposition to Pakistan and South Africa. Sehwag performed 251 ODIs and 104 Tests for India, scoring 8273 and 8586 runs respectively. The nation has a lockdown because of the corona virus. Sehwag appealed to the individuals to remain at dwelling and likewise praised the medical employees.