New Delhi: He may not be in action with the bat on the field but Indian opener Virender Sehwag is making sure that he keeps the team's morale high in England.
Out of the first two Tests against England due to a shoulder injury, Sehwag is motivating his teammates and fans with some inspirational words on the micro-blogging site Twitter.
"Time spent living in fear is like working overtime without pay,No one is better than U,Other than urself;Just Believe,And never be afraid," Sehwag writes on his Twitter page.
After a crushing defeat in the first Test, Team India locks horn with England in the second Test on Friday in Nottingham. Following the loss at Lord's, the Indian team has been widely written off by the cricket experts and critics.
But Sehwag takes a philosophical stand on success and says: "success is a vehicle which moves on a wheel called HARD WORK but the journey is impossible without fuel called SELF CONFIDENCE."
The Indian team is waiting for the flamboyant opener's return as it will not only bolster the side but his presence up in the order will also give it some psychological advantage.