In the first innings of the Boxing Day Test, Virender Sehwag got to 67 before a wild drive outside off stump signalled his downfall. Then, as India attempted to chase 292 to win the match, Sehwag slapped a short and wide delivery to gully where an alert Michael Hussey held the offer above his head. That dismissal set into motion a meek capitulation.
And now, in India's second innings at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), with India facing a whopping deficit of 468 runs, Sehwag saw a short ball outside off stump and threw his bat at it. But instead of getting the desired boundary, he was excellently help by a leaping David Warner at point who moved to his left and held on with both hands above his head.
Sehwag looked as if he couldn't believe Warner had robbed him of a boundary. Alas, he had only one option – to turn around and walk back to the dressing room.