Where is Sehwag from?
Najafgarh, Delhi, India
Virender Sehwag/Place of birth
When did Sachin Tendulkar first play his match?
|Test debut (cap 187)||15 November 1989 v Pakistan|
|Last Test||14 November 2013 v West Indies|
|ODI debut (cap 74)||18 December 1989 v Pakistan|
|Last ODI||18 March 2012 v Pakistan|
Is Yuvraj Singh Brahmin?
Wasim Jaffer is a Muslim, Harbhajan Singh a Sikh, while, of the Hindu players, only Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh come from “lower castes.”
Who is the 2nd God of Cricket?
Virat Kohli – The 2nd god of cricket.
Who is a God of Cricket?
Sachin Tendulkar Birthday: 48 Interesting Facts About the ‘God of Cricket’
Is Pandya a Brahmin?
Pandya Surname User-submission: From Sanskrit, often associated with Hindu Brahmins.
Is Ganguly Brahmin?
Ganguly (also called Ganguli, Ganguly, Gangulee, Gangoly or Gangopadhyay) is an Indian family name of a Bengali jijhotia Brahmin caste; it is a variant of Gangele Gangopadhyay(a) Gônggopaddhae.
Who is better Virat or Rohit?
Rohit Sharma overtakes Virat Kohli as best-ranked Indian batsman at number 5 in ICC Test Player Rankings | Cricket News – Times of India.
When did Virender Sehwag play his first Test?
In December 2009, during Brabourne’s first Test match in 36 years, Sehwag welcomed the historic ground back in style by lacing 284* in two and a half sessions on Day 2. On a dry and spinning track. he toyed around with an attack consisting of Rangana Herath and Muttiah Muralitharan, hammering 202 runs off boundaries alone (40 fours, 7 sixes).
What is Virender Sehwag’s strike rate in ODIs?
His strike-rate in ODIs is second only to Shahid Afridi amongst the batsmen who have scored at least 1000 runs, but his average of just 34 runs is far below his Test match average of 49.34.
When did Virender Sehwag score his first century in ODI cricket?
In March 2009, Sehwag smashed what was till then the fastest century ever scored by an Indian in ODI cricket, from 60 balls. On 8 December 2011, he hit his maiden double century in ODI cricket, against West Indies, becoming the second batsman after Sachin Tendulkar to reach the landmark.
Why did Sehwag have to wait two years to play ODI?
Due to his style of play, Sehwag was initially typecast as a limited-overs specialist, and had to wait two years after making his ODI debut to play a Test match, but in an ironic twist of fate, it is his Test record that is far more imposing, while he has not done justice to his enormous talent in One Day Internationals.