5 myths in Indian cricket which have been proved wrong
Sachin Tendulkar
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A myth is something that is widely held but false belief or idea. It is always a never ending story as people keep on circulating it as they believable fancy stories. Here we look that 5 of those myths which were actually wrong but became very popular over the years.

1. Australia stopping follow-on after epic Eden test

One of the greatest test matches ever played, Eden Gardens was surely a milestone in Indian cricket as the stories of that match will be told even in the coming generations.

The myth however was that then Australian captain Steve Waugh has never enforced a follow-on after the epic test match.

But the truth is that Steve Waugh has enforced seven follow-ons after the epic Eden test and has won all seven of them quite comfortably.

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