London: Spinner Graeme Swann says that among the Indian batsmen, it was the wicket of Rahul Dravid that England cricket team cherished the most.
India master blaster Tendulkar is stuck on 99 international centuries with a series top score of 56. In contrast, Dravid has been India's only century-maker in the series with tons in first two Tests.
Swann said once they get Dravid's wicket, they feel little bit close to getting the entire team out.
"Dravid has looked in really good form and his is the wicket that's cherished most within the huddle," Swann was quoted as saying in Daily Telegraph.
"He uses his feet exceptionally well and is the guy who has challenged our bowlers the most. Once we've got him, it must send shock waves through the Indian batting. I know he doesn't like being called 'The Wall', but you sense once he's gone you are a little bit closer to getting them out."
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