2004 Multan Test between India and Pakistan is remembered Viral SehwagAn innings of 309 runs where he became the first Indian batsman to score a triple century in Test cricket. in the same game Sachin Tendulkar Scored 194 runs, however when the Master Blaster was six runs away from reaching his double century, the stand-in captain Rahul Dravid To the surprise of fans and cricket pundits, decided to declare the innings. Former India batsman after 18 years Yuvraj Singh has now said that Tendulkar should have been allowed to score 200 runs.
Rahul Dravid decided to declare the innings with India’s score 675/5. The announcement came soon after Yuvraj Singh was dismissed for 59.
“We got a message in the middle that we had to play fast, and we were going to declare. He could have scored six runs in another over and after that we bowled 8-10 overs. I don’t think there will be two more overs.” . Test match made a difference,” Yuvraj said on Sports18.
He further added, “If it was the third or fourth day, you would have had to put the team first and when you were on 150 they would have declared. There is difference of opinion. I think the team could have declared after 200,” he added. he adds. where did it go.
India won the Multan Test by an innings and 52 runs. The Indian team won the series 2–1 and it was the team’s first Test series win on Pakistani soil.
Yuvraj scored a century in the next Test in Lahore and scored over 200 runs in the three-Test series at an impressive average of 57.50. Yuvraj, who has 26 first-class centuries to his name, feels he has not found the long rope in Test cricket.
“If you compare that era with today’s era, you can see that players get 10-15 matches. You look at that era, the way Viru started it. After that Dravid, Sachin, Ganguly and Laxman. Hundred in Lahore and I was asked to open in the next Test.”
“Finally, when I got a chance to play Test cricket after Dada’s retirement, I got cancer. It was just bad luck. I tried 24×7. I wanted to play 100 Test matches, face those fast bowlers and Wanted to bat for two days. I gave it my all, but it didn’t have to be,” he said.
Yuvraj Singh played 40 Tests in his career, scoring 1,900 runs at an average of 33.92. The left-handed batsman played a key role in the 2007 T20 World Cup and the 2011 50-over World Cup victories. Yuvraj gave time to his international career in 2019.
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