Legendary former Pakistan fast bowler Wasim Akram reckons that veteran Team India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar might struggle in Australia due to his lack of pace. Bhuvneshwar had a tremendous white ball tour of England, where he made life difficult for the hosts, extracting a lot of movement out of the helpful surfaces. However, he has been pedestrian in the last few T20I games.
Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram has stated that left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir’s decision to retire was his personal choice and so people should not have any problem with it. At the same time, he added that Amir remains one of Pakistan’s best bowlers in the T20 format, and if he is willing to make a comeback, he should definitely be considered for the upcoming T20 World Cups.
India vs Pakistan rivalry is considered among the most intense in world cricket. Although there is a lot of pressure on the two sides, players have often stated that they have enjoyed playing in these encounters the most.
During the course of England’s comprehensive victory over Australia on Saturday at Edgbaston, pace bowler James Anderson became England’s leading wicket-taker in one-day internationals, overtaking Darren Gough.