Sunil Gavaskar praised Virender Sehwag for his more cautious batting on Thursday and felt he should have gone on to get a bigger score.
“See the ball, hit the ball is not quite the attitude of Test cricket. It is a wrong thing he was looking to do. Now, he played himself in, you have got to spend time in the middle," he told a TV channel.
He said Graeme Swann’s success would encourage India’s spinners but expected the Motera pitch to slow down and force the bowlers to toil.