Virender Sehwag is in the news for his record breaking performance in Indore against West Indies. He made the highest individual ODI score. Sehwag was in a great mood on the day of the match and his bat showcased his batting strength. People in the stadium jumped in joy. His startling 219 against West Indies makes him one of the best one-day batsman since the format emerged 41 years ago.
Sehwag broke many records starting with Sachin Tendulkar’s; Sachin made 200 runs against South Africa in 2010. Virender Sehwag also holds multiple records, including the highest score made by an Indian in a test cricket series (319 runs), it was also the fastest triple century in the history of international cricket (reached 300 runs only in 278 balls) as well as the fastest 250 runs by any batsman in 207 balls against Sri Lanka on 3 December 2009.
Sehwag was born in New Delhi on October 20, 1978. He is a cusp of zodiac signs Libra and the Scorpio. One thing that’s well known about Sehwag is, “once he starts, he never stops”.
Numerologically, he belongs to the number 2. This number is governed by the Moon and those born under it are highly imaginative, idealistic and possess a dreamy nature. They are naturally attracted to people born between October 21 and November 20, between February 19 and March 20. They also have an affinity for those governed by the numbers 2, 4 and 6.
According to his ruling number Viru will be attracted towards those with an intellectual bent of mind, as well as those who can provide him with creature comforts. He is very practical and will be known for his keen sense of justice and fair play. He will be an inspirational leader and can lead a team to success.
He is a live wire and is extremely talented, but it is also likely that he may be too hard on himself. There are times when he sets impossible targets, which may lead to frustrating situations. He is a dreamer and a visionary and he will be good with exploring new ideas. One thing that can be said about Sehwag is that he has the capability to surprise one and all with his talent and extraordinary play.