Virender Sehwag smashed a superb 95 against Mumbai Indians at the Feroz Shah Kotla. That though remains his solitary innings of substance in the Indian Premier League as the Delhi Daredevils' opener continues to battle against a stubborn patch of bad form. Former India cricketer Farokh Engineer though feels the 34-year-old 'should just give up.'
Sehwag has scored 254 runs from 10 innings in the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League. Taking his innings of 95 out, he averages about 17. On Friday evening, he hit four boundaries against Royal Challengers Bangalore but could not add to his total of 18. Once again, Sehwag threw caution to the wind after failing to pick a slower ball.