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Former Pakistan cricketer Mudassar Nazar says Rohit Sharma is more dangermen than virat kohli in T20 World Cup – Latest Cricket News


Now less than 18 days are left for the start of T20 World Cup. The eyes of the whole world are on the India-Pakistan match to be held on October 24. Both the teams will start their campaign with a match against each other. After June 2019, both the teams will face each other. Former Pakistan veteran cricketer Mudassar Nazar believes that the Indian team is stronger. But Pakistan has performed better against its neighboring country in the past. With this, he said that Pakistan will be more threatened by Rohit Sharma than Virat Kohli.

Talking to Cricket Pakistan, he said, “In T20, even if a batsman scores quick runs or a bowler takes quick wickets. It does make a difference. If you look at India’s performance in the recent Test series against England, none of the players in the team was that special. Even skipper Virat Kohli, who used to be the highest run scorer for the team, hasn’t scored a century for the last 2-3 years. He used to score century after century but his performance has declined. Actually Rohit Sharma is more dangerous than Kohli.

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It is worth noting that the last time India-Pakistan clash took place in the World Cup 2019, then Rohit Sharma played a stormy innings of 140 runs at Old Trafford. Regarding the match between the two teams in the T20 World Cup, he said, ‘If you look at the strength, then India is ahead. But if you go back and look at the Champions Trophy, Pakistan has won. There too he lost in the first match against India. But defeated India in the final. This time if they can beat India, they will get a lot of momentum.

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