The run churning and patience manufacturing human factory is closed now. All that will remain are memories that will linger forever in the minds of this entire cricket frenzy nation and other cricket lovers. Coming to senses with the retirement of a legend is definitely a hard one, as I found it yesterday, when the official news broke out.
So the focus now after some sobbing and ohs and ahs would shift to the youngster who would be bestowed with the challenge to almost open the innings when Shewag, who as often will decide to club the blowers too early and give away his wicket.
Ain’t easy to replace the wall but laying the bricks for a stronger no.3 is definitely on the cards. So good luck to team India without the wall.