What he said:
“He has no conscience when he bats and plays the hardest stroke for any batsman with complete ease.”
Former Australian batsman and commentator, Dean Jones, attempts to explain Virender Sehwag’s uncomplicated approach to batting.
What he really meant:
“The ball is there to be hit and Sehwag hits it. No second thoughts, no second guessing.”
What he definitely didn’t:
“If batting’s a crime, then Sehwag is it’s ‘Jack The Ripper’.”
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