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“All eleven players have…,” Twitter reacts after Virender Sehwag ask fans to point out an interesting thing in India’s scorecard from Lahore Test against Pakistan in 2006

Sehwag and Dravid stitched 410 runs partnership for first wicket in Lahore Test against Pakistan.

Fans on Twitter reacted as former Indian skipper Virender Sehwag ask fans to point out interesting things in India’s scorecard from Lahore Test against Pakistan in 2006. They came up with interesting reactions and also pointed out some hilarious things as well.

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Virender Sehwag ask fans to point out interesting things in India’s scorecard from Lahore Test against Pakistan in 2006

Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag on Sunday (4th December) posted India’s scorecard from Lahore Test against Pakistan in 2006 on his Twitter account and asked his fans to point out interesting things in it.

It was the first game of the Test series between India and Pakistan in Lahore that saw batting of high display from both teams. Batting first, the hosts on account of terrific centuries by Younis Khan (199), Mohammad Yousuf (173), Shahid Afridi (103) and Kamran Akmal (102*) posted a gigantic total of 679 runs on the board.

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In response, Virender Sehwag and Rahul Dravid made Pakistani bowlers clueless and batted for a long time. While Sehwag was at his aggressive best, Dravid batted defensively and made bowlers work hard.

The duo made sure that they don’t give away their wickets. They stitched 410 runs partnership for the first wicket and frustrated Pakistan bowlers. While Sehwag scored 254 runs, Dravid was unbeaten on 128 runs as the match ended in a draw with the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni not getting the chance to bat.

Twitter reacts after Virender Sehwag ask fans to point out an interesting thing in India’s scorecard from Lahore Test against Pakistan in 2006

As Virender Sehwag asked fans to point out an interesting things  in India’s scorecard from Lahore Test against Pakistan in 2006, fans on Twitter reacted to it. They highlighted the unique thing, saying that all the eleven players have international tons to their name. Here are some of the reactions:

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