ere are the five of his best innings in Test cricket:
309, Multan, 2004: At Multan on March 29, 2004 Nawab of Najafgarh turned out to be first India to ever score a triple century. He scored a superb 309 against most despised adversaries Pakistan to set up India's first Test win in Pakistan. It was this Test coordinate which gave Sehwag the epithet 'Multan ka Sultan'. He truly demolished a standout amongst the most deadly Pakistan bowling assault without any assistance.
319, Chennai, 2008: With Virender Sehwag, it was all in or nothing. Furthermore, he demonstrated that against South Africa in Chennai on March 28, 2008 as he impacted the quickest Test triple-century, off 278 conveyances. Resistance mentor Mickey Arthur named it the 'best Test innings he has ever observed'. Smashing and crushing bowlers with his grand batting despite everything it remains the most noteworthy Test score by an Indian.
293, Mumbai, 2009: Sehwag who has scored and wrecked each bowler on the planet apparatus the attck to the best Test bowler in this one - Muttiah Muralitharan. Sehwag in this specific Test match had hit a sum of 47 limits that included 40 fours and seven sixes. During this innings it broke various records - most twofold hundreds of years by an Indian, second-most astounding number of 250 or more scores and most keeps running by and Indian in multi day. Triumph likewise took India to No. 1 in the rankings.
151, Adelaide, 2008: Recalled to the Test group for the voyage through Australia in 2007-08, Sehwag's innings was not normal for him. It was anything but a standard swashbuckling inning yet a thump that helped India spare a Test coordinate. It was on the fifth day of the Test match and stalwarts of Indian group Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman made only 54 keeps running in the middle of them and the group was truly battling however he ensured that India drew the match.
201, Sri Lanka, 2008: The feature of this Test innings was riddle bowler Ajantha Mendis were scammed. Sehwag scored 70 keeps running against Mendis at a strike rate of 90.90. It was Sehwag's innings which gave Team India their lone triumph of the Series.