India Vs Pakistan: Former Pakistan captain and great bowler Wasim Akram was asked what he would have done if he had got a chance to bowl against Virat Kohli. On this, the veteran bowler told how he would put Virat under pressure and take out his wicket. In a show, he explained in detail his plan to get Virat Kohli out.
i would attack virat
On the show ‘To Be Honest’, Akram said, ‘I would have been more confident in bowling against Virat Kohli if he had come to bat at number three or four. Virat coming at number 3 or number four means that two wickets of the team have fallen. If he was new to the crease, I would attack. I would pitch the ball to the middle stump and then swing outside from close to him. If it didn’t work, I would have switched to plan B.
Implementing Plan B
He said that I would bouncer and keep the fielder in the deep and then send him to the pavilion. In this way, even with constant effort, I would have got Virat Kohli out. Let us tell you that the legendary player Wasim Akram has played 104 Tests and 356 One Day International matches for Pakistan. During this, he has taken 414 and 502 wickets in both the formats.
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