Mark Watt says “I’ve got quite a few plans for Virat Kohli” in T20 World Cup. He has targeted Indian captain Virat Kohli’s scalp. After his team stormed into the Super-12 stage of the 2021 T20 World Cup. Mark Watt spoke about the clash against India in Dubai. Also, it was scheduled for the 5th of November and revealed. He has made plans to dismiss Kohli. Scotland has surprised many with its spirited performances. In the initial part of the tournament, won all three games. Although Watt has snared only three wickets in many games. Then India won’t take him lightly.
Watt warned Virat Kohli, who he considers has reasons to be concerned. As he has plans for him. Watt is eager to play and challenge himself against the biggest stars in the world.
“I’ve got quite a few plans for Virat. I’m going to keep them hush-hush at the moment, but I think he should be worried. That’s why you play the game: to play against the big stars. You want to challenge yourself against the best and they certainly are the best in the world. All the guys are just absolutely buzzing to showcase their skills against the whole world,” Watt said.
Lastly, Scotland upset Bangladesh in their first match. And defeated Papua New Guinea, and finally chased down. Also, the 123 with eight wickets to spare against Oman. Hence, they would be confident heading into the Super 12 stage. Mark remains confident of upsetting. In a few more teams after beating Bangladesh. Watt took heart from their win against England in 2018.
“I think we’re going to make a few upsets, I don’t see why not. We’ve done it before – we’ve beaten the best ODI team in the world, we’ve beaten Bangladesh here and I think teams won’t take us lightly. They should be worried about Scotland, we’re in a great run of form and we’ve got a lot of momentum going forward. I don’t think we need to do anything else different, we’ve won three out of three,” Mark Watt said.
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