'India's fielding needs improvement'
March 21, 2007
India's World Cup campaign finally got back on track with a record win against Bermuda on Monday.
Virender Sehwag hit a breezy 114 off 87 deliveries as India posted a World Cup record total of 413 in their 50 overs in a crucial Group B match.
In reply, Bermuda were all out for 156 in 43.1 overs, handing India a 257-run victory, also a World Cup record.
Former India wicketkeeper and chief selector Kiran More analyses the match.
'I hope that Virender Sehwag continues his good form in the next game against Sri Lanka, which is a very crucial match,' he told Special Correspondent Harish Kotian.
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