Virender Sehwag, former belligerent Indian batsman, is reckoned as one of the finest openers produced by the Indian soil. Registering various laudable displays of batting, the 40-year old helped the men in blue to bag some iconic victories in all the three formats of the game.
Recently, the batting champion found some time to reflect on his two triple-centuries in the Test cricket – a feat achieved by only four cricketers till date. Sehwag’s first triple ton came against the arch-rivals Pakistan in Multan while his second knock was recorded against South Africa at Chennai.
Interestingly, both of his triple hundreds came on March 29 which was separated by four years. Revisiting his special knocks, the Delhi born cricketer added that both innings remain close to his heart as it came against strong opponents. Moreover, former Kings XI Punjab batsman added that he was immensely proud to represent his country in all forms of the game.