Rashid Khan Thinks Bowling to Virat Kohli Will be a Proud Moment
|| India Correspondent ||
Afghanistan's star all-rounder Rashid Khan has recently said that he feels 'proud' to bowl to India captain Virat Kohli and he further added that he always enjoyed bowling to someone like him as it helps to bring the best out of him in the game.
Rashid will be seen playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad who will begin their IPL 2020 campaign against Royal Challengers Bangalore.
"I think I always have the thing in my mind, whenever there are three or four overs left in the innings, I think I can give the best performance with the bat. It depends on how the situation is when I play the Big Bash, I have been told by the coaching staff as to how I need to go after the 15 overs mark. When you get such a positive response from coach and captain, it is really good," Rashid said to ANI.
However, he said that he is thinking about his batting as he will focus on the thing which he will do best and what is best for the team as well. Meanwhile, he has found the life under the bubble a bit difficult too.
"I think whenever you are bowling to anyone, you are under pressure. Virat is a world-class player in all three formats, I love it when somebody like him is batting against me, it is the best competition and you want it as a bowler, I will enjoy bowling to him, it will be a proud moment bowling to him. As a bowler, I will try to bowl the best deliveries," the star spinner shared.
"Living in a bubble is something new, it is a requirement, you have to follow rules if you want the tournament to go ahead smoothly, it has been tough as a player, you have to be strong mentally,” he concluded.
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