VIDEO : 4,4,6,4,4,4 by Virender Sehwag

When you hear the Name Virender Sehwag, You will remember about six and fours. Undoubtedly the ...

When you hear the Name Virender Sehwag, You will remember about six and fours. Undoubtedly the most destructive batsman in the history of Cricket. The nightmare of Every Bowler. This guy once thrashed Srilankan Bowler Dilhara Lokuhettige.This Srilankan Bowler will never forget this over in his lifetime.

Sehwag scored 26 Runs in 1 over of  Dilhara loluhettige.It was in the final of  2005 Indian oil cup tournament at Colombo.He made Every bowler looks like a kid infront of him.

Now he may have retired from Cricket but his destruction hasn't stopped yet. He is hitting Sixes and Fours through twitter Nowadays and that let him still active between many Cricket lovers around the world. Once we enjoyed his Destruction on the field and now we are enjoying his destruction off the field. Any way Entertainment is a permanent thing from this guy.

WATCH : 26 Runs in One over by Virender Sehwag 





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