‘Babar Azam will not have a bad time like Kohli’; The former Pakistani star explained the reason

Former Pakistan all-rounder Aquib Javed talks about Kohli’s form ahead of the blockbuster match. Javed is talking about comparison with Pakistan captain Babar Azam, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson and England player Joe Root.

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Islamabad, First Published Aug 13, 2022, 1:55 PM IST

Islamabad: It has been almost three years since former Indian captain Virat Kohli scored a century in international cricket. The star, who is going through a tough time, has made it to the Indian team for the Asia Cup to be held in the UAE this month. Kohli returns after a short break. Fans also think that they can shine in this arrival. India’s first match is against Pakistan on 28th of this month.

Former Pakistan all-rounder Aquib Javed talks about Kohli’s form ahead of the blockbuster match. Javed is talking about comparison with Pakistan captain Babar Azam, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson and England player Joe Root. Javed is of the opinion that technically sound batsmen will not go through bad conditions for such a long time.

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“There are two types of great stars. Some people’s poor form continues for a long time. Others are technically superior stars. Babar Azam, Kane Williamson and Joe Root can be included in this group. It can be difficult to understand their weakness. Kohli is regularly dismissed on balls that go off-stump. We have seen James Anderson consistently dismissing Kohli,” Javed said.

“If Kohli doesn’t perform well, India will lose. A similar situation exists in Pakistan cricket. There is a possibility that Deepak Hooda is not playing in the Indian team. But even batsmen who are out of form on UAE pitches are more likely to return to form,” Javed said.

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Kohli has a good record against Pakistan. Especially in the T20 format. Kohli has scored 311 runs in seven innings played so far. The average gain is 77.75.

The match will be played at the Dubai International Stadium. India lost to Pakistan by ten wickets in the recent T20 World Cup at the same venue.

Last Updated Aug 13, 2022, 1:55 PM IST

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