People started calling me out, Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif on talking about problems world-class batsman had

Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Asif said people started calling him out when he talked about Virat Kohli's batting issues

Mohammad Asif: “I pointed out Kohli’s technical fault a couple of years ago but people started calling me out”

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Former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Asif said people started calling him out when he identified India batsman Virat Kohli’s technical flaws.

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His speed is not going down, Pakistan wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal on 155 kph pace nightmare

Pakistan batsman Kamran Akmal said Umran Malik's speed is not going down

Kamran Akmal: “After every match, his speed chart comes where he clocks around 155 kph and it’s not going down”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal said India speedster Umran Malik’s speed is “not going down” as he is constantly hovering around 155 kph when bowling.

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It won’t be easy to stop him if he survives first few overs, Pakistan icon Wasim Akram on dominant batsman with all the shots

Pakistan legend Wasim Akram said it won't be so easy to stop Virat Kohli if he survives the first few overs

Wasim Akram: “If a player like Kohli survives the first couple of overs, then I do not think it would be easy to stop him”

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Pakistan pace ace Wasim Akram said it won’t be easy to stop India batsman Virat Kohli if he survives the first couple of overs.

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Want to see him opening with Virat Kohli, Shoaib Akhtar on Pakistan batsman constantly compared to the India star

Shoaib Akhtar said he wants to see Pakistan captain Babar Azam opening with Virat Kohli

Shoaib Akhtar: “It would be great to see Babar Azam and Virat Kohli opening the innings together in the IPL one day”

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Legendary Pakistan pace bowler Shoaib Akhtar said he wants to see captain Babar Azam open the batting with India superstar Virat Kohli in the Indian Premier League (IPL) one day.

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