The Street Security World Sequence has given followers around the globe an opportunity to see their favorite cricketers of yesteryears in motion. Particularly for Indian cricket followers, they’ve the chance to see three of their greatest cricketers of all time – Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh in motion.
The trio, who’re a part of the Indian Legends, will face England Legends in Match 9 on Tuesday and forward of fixture, the three former India batsmen have been noticed in a jovial temper. In a video uploaded by Sachin Tendulkar, the previous India captain may very well be seen getting some therapy to his left forearm, but when there was any nervousness, it was negated by Sehwag, who was continuously chatting up along with his former India opening accomplice.
“Here is our god, who remains to be not giving up on cricket. Getting injections one after the opposite, and can play within the match,” Sehwag stated within the video forcing the onlookers to interrupt into laughter. Sehwag then turned to Yuvraj Singh and requested him, “Any strategies, Yuvraj Singh?,” to which the previous India all-rounder replied: “Dekh bhai, tu sher hai toh woh hai Babbar Sher”, a proverb which suggests, ‘should you suppose you are forward, he is one step additional.”
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Sehwag, who was additionally recording the footage, then lastly turned to Tendulkar, asking him for his opinion, to which the main run-scorer in world cricket quipped: “Does anybody even get an opportunity to specific their opinion in entrance of you?”
“That is the goal,” Tendulkar added when requested whether or not he might be match to take the sphere in opposition to England Legends on Tuesday.
The Street Security Sequence which is constant from the place it left off final season – when it was referred to as off halfway because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Upon resumption this yr, The India Legends capped off an emphatic win in opposition to Bangladesh Legends, sealing victory by 10 wickets. Chasing 110 to win, Sehwag and Tendulkar rolled again the years by placing on 114 runs in 10.1 overs.