Mudassar Nazar says “Rohit Sharma will be the danger man in the T20 World Cup.” Nazar has chosen an Indian opener, Rohit Sharma. As the threat man whereas seeing the India-Pakistan clash within the upcoming T20 World Cup. Nazar pointed out that Rohit has been in a preeminent frame even as Indian captain Virat Kohli. He is going through an expanded unpleasant patch. India and Pakistan will kick off their T20 World Cup campaign. Also, taking on each other on October 24 in Dubai.
Talking about the much-anticipated clash between the arch-rivals. Nazar stated that Pakistan should be cautious of prolific Indian opener Rohit.
“In T20 cricket, if one batter plays a special inning or if a bowler comes up with a good two to three over spell, it matters a lot. The way India’s batters performed in England recently was outstanding. Virat Kohli was scoring century after century earlier but his performances have dipped in recent times. Rohit Sharma will be the dangerous man in the T20 World Cup,” Mudassar Nazar said.
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Also, Pakistan has never beaten India in a World Cup match. However, they get better of India within the 2017 Champions Trophy last. He needs Pakistan to reproduce the performance within the T20 World Cup experience. Although Mudassar Nazar did recognize that India is the stronger side.
“If we compare the strengths of the two teams, India is much ahead of Pakistan. Even in the 2017 Champions Trophy which Pakistan won, they had lost the first game to India. But on the day, in the final, Pakistan beat them. Around the semi-final, they had started playing some outstanding cricket. I hope they can do well this time as well. If we manage to beat India in the first match, we will get great momentum. But overall, India is much better than Pakistan,” Nazar said.
Lastly, Pakistan has picked a highly inexperienced batting for the T20 World Cup. Which is heavily dependent on captain Babar Azam. Hafeez could be a match-winner but following his issues. Also, with the Pakistan Cricket Board, there are doubts over his engagement.