“My game got worse….”Virendra Sehwag slams this IPL franchise for running his cricket career

The IPL is now in its 17th season, with three franchise Punjab Kings, Delhi Capitals, and Royal Challengers Bengaluru still waiting to win their first IPL title.

Former Indian Swashbuckling opener Virendra Sehwag, who played for the Punjab Kings for two seasons, has now slammed the franchise for ruining his form and cricketing career.

While doing commentary for Star Sports, Sehwag said, “Jab mein Punjab mein gaya tab mera strike rate gir gaya. Woh kehte hai na ke jaisi sangati waisa behave karte ho. Toh waha ki sangati waisi hi thi. Jeet te the nahi, khel te acha the nahi, toh mera game aur thoda kharab ho gaya. When I went to Punjab, my strike rate went down. There’s a saying that you behave like your company. The same was the case. They did not win anything or play well.” 
The Punjab Kings have so far been blowing hot and cold in this IPL season.

The franchise started this season with a six-wicket victory over the Delhi Capitals, but they lost the second encounter against Royal Challengers Bangaluru by four wickets.

Punjab Kings are all set to play against Lucknow Super Giants in Lucknow on March 30. Both teams have lost their previous encounters and will be looking to bounce back in the tournament.

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