“I wished to become the first cricketer from Delhi to play 100 Test matches,” says Virender Sehwag

Jeremy Caroll

Virender Sehwag welcomes Virat to the club of “100 Test games” as Virat will be reaching the achievement soon, after playing his 100th Test game in Mohali, against Sri Lanka on March 4.

Many players including the BCCI President Saurav Ganguly, have congratulated Virat for this wonderful success of his life, as he will be the 12th player to play 100 Test games for India.

Sehwag stated that he never cared about the stats when he started playing, and he only wished to be the first Delhi cricketer to have achieved the landmark of playing 100 Test games.

Continuing, Sehwag said that Virat had done “tremendously well” to build his career and to reach where he is today.

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