“Rohit Sharma has the ability to play all types of deliveries, be it short ones or good length deliveries. His records speak for itself and picking his wicket would be a dream come true for me,” Naseem told Cricingif as quoted by the Pakistan Observer. “Steve Smith is very unorthodox in his batting technique and getting him out would be a delight for me. In the past, I have had the opportunity to bowl to him but picking his wicket would be a good experience, given his form,” Naseem said. He is currently in England for Pakistan’s upcoming Test and T20I series beginning in August once England’s on-going series against the West Indies is over. Rohit has already established himself as a storm force in limited-over cricket amassing 9115 runs from 224 ODIs at 49.3 and has made three double hundreds in that format with a highest of 264. On the other hand, Rohit’s struggles in Test cricket were so pronounced that he struggled to cement a place in the traditional format of the game. After several ins and outs, Rohit received a chance to open the innings in the home series against South Africa last year and grabbed the… Read full this story
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