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Shoaib Akhtar loses strength in the face of Biru’s challenge

New Delhi: Former Team India explosive opener Virender Sehwag had a habit of wasting lines and lengths by beating the best bowlers in the world. During Biru’s career, there was an exciting fight between him and Pakistan’s dangerous fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar. There has been a tough competition between the two on the cricket field many times.

In front of Biru, Shoaib Akhtar lost his strength

We would like to inform you that in the Multan Test match played in March 2004, Virender Sehwag told Shoaib Akhtar that ‘Baap-Baap Hai, Beta-Pun Hai’. In this match, Virender Sehwag played a historic 309-run innings against Pakistan, for which Biru was also called the Sultan of Multan. In 2004, during a Test match against Pakistan in Multan, Shoaib Akhtar kept throwing bouncers at him and provoked him to play pool shots. Sehwag also had trouble playing this shot.

‘Give dad a bouncer if you have the guts’

While Akhtar was constantly commenting, Biru said to Akhtar, ‘Tell the non-striker to hook. At that time Sachin Tendulkar was standing on non-strike. After that, Shoaib Akhtar hit four to Sachin. Biru then went to Akhtar and said, ‘Father is father and son is son’.

Biru said, are you bowling or begging?

Sehwag further said about this Test match that Shoaib Akhtar was deliberately trying to annoy him after every ball, saying, ‘See the foursome, see the foursomes’. When Shoaib repeatedly said this, Sehwag also responded well and said to Akhtar, “Are you bowling or begging.” At the same time, after replying with his tongue, Sehwag also responded to Akhtar’s statement by hitting four with the bat.

Sehwag’s record

Sehwag scored 309 in a Test match between India and Pakistan in Multan in March 2004, while Sachin Tendulkar remained unbeaten on 194. India won the match by an innings and 52 runs. Virender Sehwag has scored 8586 runs in 104 Tests at an average of 49.34 with 23 centuries and 32 half centuries. His best score is 319. Biru has scored 8273 runs in 251 ODIs, including 15 centuries and 38 half-centuries. Biru’s best score in this format is 219. Biru also scored 394 runs in 19 Twenty20 matches, of which 68 was his highest score.

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