Hindustan Times (Gurugram) - - Sport -

“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.

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