I consider Rohit Sharma a world class batsman despite his struggle against swinging balls: Muhammad Aamir
Rohit Sharma’s statement is not taken seriously, everyone has their own opinion, it is impossible for everyone to consider me a world class bowler:
Former fast bowler Mohammad Aamir has said that everyone has their own opinion and it is impossible for Rohit Sharma to consider him as a world class bowler, therefore he does not take the statement of Indian opener seriously.
Speaking to a private news channel, Aamir said, “I do not take Rohit Sharma’s statement seriously.” Everyone has their own opinion and it is impossible for everyone to consider me a world class bowler.
Commenting on Aamir’s performance during the Asia Cup in 2016, Rohit Sharma said that it was wrong to consider Aamir as a world-class bowler as he needed to prove it again and again.
Aamir returned to international cricket after a five-year absence and bowled brilliantly against India. He ended his four-over spell with three wickets for 18 runs, including Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane and Suresh.
Raina’s wickets were include. Responding to Rohit Sharma’s description of him as a normal bowler, Aamir said, “There is nothing wrong with that. As a professional player, we should not take such things in a negative light.
” Should. You can’t be everyone’s favorite. Mohammad Aamir also appeared in great form against India in the final of the Champions Trophy in 2017. He inflicted a golden dick on Rohit Sharma and then helped Pakistan to victory by dismissing Virat Kohli and Shekhar Dhawan.
Aamir further said that he considers Rohit. As a world class batsman despite his struggle against swing balls, adding that whenever. He faced each other, he bowled well against him.
“There is no doubt that Rohit is a world-class batsman. I bowled well whenever I faced Rohit Sharma and he struggled against me. Yet I would call him a world-class player,” he said.
Will It is noteworthy that the then world number one. Batsman Virat Kohli called Mohammad Aamir one of the most difficult bowlers to face.