Virender Sehwag boosts morals of Team India via Twitter – Cricket News Update

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Virender Sehwag, the Indian opening batsman, is boosting up the shattered morals of Team by tweeting motivational statements despite being out of the team due to his shoulder injury. In a philosophical tone, he is encouraging the Men in Blue to bag
success in the 4-match Test series against
Sehwag, who was declared to be unavailable for the initial two Tests before the start of the series, is at rest to ensure his presence in the last two games at every cost. The hard-hitting batsman picked up a shoulder injury during the Indian Premier League-4,
two months back. Resultantly, he missed the tour last month.
Earlier, Sehwag was expected to be available for the high-voltage Test series against England but his fitness woes forced him to step aside at the eleventh hour.
At the time of his rest, Sehwag, who is a regular and active user of Twitter, a social networking forum, and has many followers, is channeling his thoughts via the site to perk up the morals of his team.
Sehwag tweets, “Time spent living in fear is like working overtime without pay,No one is better than U,Other than urself;Just Believe,And never be afraid.’
He further writes, “success is a vehicle which moves on a wheel called HARD WORK but the journey is impossible without fuel called SELF CONFIDENCE."
Currently, the Men in Blue are in dire need of encouragement and moral support as they have disgracefully lost the opening match at Lord’s.
In the 2000th Test game, which was played between July 21 and 25, at the Home of Cricket, the tourists were defeated by 196 runs, thanks to the injuries that prevented some of the key players from action.
India severely realised the absence of their dashing opener in both of their innings of the 1st Test. opened with bat in place of Sehwag.
Sehwag, the 32-year-old right-handed batsman has 87 Tests to his credit with 7694 runs, which include 22 centuries and 27 fifties. The legendary batsman made his Test debut against in 2001.



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