Veeru will return from the series
Virender Sehwag, the former explosive opener of the Indian team from the India-England series, is also going to make a comeback. Oh no.. no.. Sehwag is ready for his comeback, not in Team India or the supporting staff, but through the commentary panel. Actually, this entire series of India vs England will also be shown on Sony Network and before the start of this series, the broadcasters have announced the commentary panel. Sehwag’s name is also included in the Hindi team of the commentary panel. Veeru has already tried his hand at commentary. After retiring from international cricket in the year 2015, he has been seen doing commentary for Star Sports. However, this time he is going to return after a long time.
something like this commentary panel
David Gower, Graeme Swann, Sanjay Manjrekar, Nasser Hussain and Mike Arthton will be seen as English commentators for the India-England series. At the same time, apart from Virender Sehwag in the Hindi team, former Indian fast bowler Ashish Nehra, Ajit Agarkar, Vivek Razdan, Mohammad Kaif, Saba Karim and Ajay Jadeja will spread the magic of their voices. Let us inform that former England captain Nasser Hussain and Mike Aarthton will be present from the stadium.
Sehwag had retired in 2015
Virender Sehwag, who got rid of the bowlers’ sweat with his stormy batting, announced his retirement from international cricket on 20 October 2015. Sehwag was one of those players who changed the very definition of Test cricket. In 104 Test matches, Viru scored 8586 runs at an average of 49.34. He has 8273 runs in his name in 251 ODIs at a strike rate of 104.34. In T20Is too, the former veteran opener scored 394 runs at an average of 22 and a strike rate of 145.39. In international cricket, Sehwag has 38 centuries and 72 half-centuries to his name.
Sehwag is the only player from India who holds the record for scoring two triple centuries. Apart from this, he also took 136 wickets in all three formats. After retiring from cricket, Sehwag was also the mentor and head coach of Kings 11 Punjab (now Punjab Kings) in the IPL.