So much so that instead of putting Sehwag through the grinder to test his fitness prior to the departure to England, our administrators simply went by the word of the player who, on his part, was guilty of hiding an injury.
If the BCCI has any sense at all, then they should make an example of Sehwag by disciplining him so as to avert similar incidents in the future.
But then, I doubt if this will ever happen. After all, in Indian cricket, the individual is often bigger than the team and the game itself.
In the case of Sehwag, our administrators have been quick to take umbrage under the player's potential, talent and utility to the team to gloss over his apparent indiscipline.
I am assuming that the episode has to do only with Sehwag's injury and not a frosty relationship with his captain, Dhoni. Full Coverage: T20 World Cup