Bishan Bedi questions Virender Sehwag's ouster from Indian ODI team
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Former captain Bishan Singh Bedi questioned the axing of Virender Sehwag from the Indian squad for the home ODI series against England, starting January 14.
"Is dropping only Sehwag the ansr to all ills of Ind crkt t'day? Admittedly V've exprts unlikly 2 Q bcci fr reasons not unknown-dedwud stays!!" Bedi tweeted.
The national selectors today dropped Sehwag, who was struggling for quite some time, from the 15-member Indian squad for the first three matches of the five-ODI series while including in-form Cheteshwar Pujara.
Just after India won the third and final ODI against Pakistan here, Bedi, however, had said that the team needed fresh legs.
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