The “baseball” that England makes famous on the field was originated by India years ago; exposed

The third match of the five-match Test series between India and England will be played in Rajkot from tomorrow (February 15). You must have heard the word ‘baseball’ during the India-England series. You’ve probably also heard that baseball was invented by England. But former India batsman Virender Sehwag made a unique claim and said that baseball was invented by India many years ago. Why did Sehwag make such a claim? Let us know.

We tell you that Sehwag was asked the question: What comes to your mind when you hear “baseball”? The former India batsman gave a brilliant answer to the question and said, “Sehwag started (baseball).”

If you couldn’t understand why Sehwag said he took up baseball, then let us tell you that Virender Sehwag, who played years ago, was known for his aggressive game. Be it T20 or Test, Sehwag’s style of play remained the same. He was famous for his fast batting in all three formats of cricket.

Under the tutelage of Brendon McCullum and captaincy of Ben Stokes, England introduced fast batting in Tests, which came to be called “baseball”. England’s current Test coach Brendon McCullum was also known for his explosive batting.

Let us tell you that the teams of India and England played two matches of the 5-match Test series in which both the teams won 1-1. In the first Test in Hyderabad, England won by 28 runs. After that, hosts India won the second Test in Visakhapatman by 106 runs.

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