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Virender Sehwag nails again! Epic commentary to describe Pujara, Kohli brilliance

India end the first's day play with 267 for 3 after 90 overs play.

Virender Sehwag nails again! Epic commentary to describe Pujara, Kohli brilliance

New Delhi: Indian cricket, despite its many off-the-field issues, continues to rock. There's no compromise when it comes to the play, and giving further credence to its prominence is none other than Virender Sehwag. The former India opener, now a full time twitterati and also doing commentary for the official broadcasters of the India-New Zealand series, was at his best in his role as a pundit.

On Saturday, as Virat Kohli & Co take on the Kiwis in the third Test of the series, Sehwag was delivering gems in the commentary box. Many expected the 37-year-old to do commentary for the match, and at the end of day's play he left many satified and proud. Fans took to Twitter, relaying epic lines from his commentary. Some even asked ICC to give a special honour to Sehwag for making Test matches more interesting. (ALSO READ: Virat, what's that celebration?)

Then, the commentary starts

And sure, some became even more bigger fans

For the record, Sehwag scored a double hundred in a ODI match against West Indies at Indore in 2011. Today, Holkar stadium became India's 22nd Test venue. (ALSO READ: India vs New Zealand, 3rd Test, Day 1 Report)

India end the first's day play with 267 for 3 after 90 overs play, and Kohli was unbeaten on 103 off 191 balls with the help of 10 fours. Ajinkya Rahane was batting at 79 off 172b with nine fours and a six. The duo have added 167 runs in exactly 54 overs.

Kolhi's ton is the first by any batsman in the series, with the previous highest score being 87 runs by Cheteshwar Pujara at Eden Gardens.

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