“People will remember you if you do well for the national team but for me, there have been moments in domestic cricket and IPL that I will cherish forever. In international cricket, every day is a memory, every day is a new experience,” he said.
“People would say that the six wickets I took against England or the last over in Karachi (against Pakistan in 2004 ODI series) would be my high points but I don’t think that way. Definitely for me those are memories. But, every time a captain thinks I can deliver in the last over is a memory too. Karachi match was not the only last over I bowled, sometimes I won sometime I lost. So, I can’t pinpoint on one particular performance.”
With his career nearing an end, Nehra hasn’t thought about the future. “I have my plans ready only till November 1,” he smiled.