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Shadab Khan RevealsThe Most Difficult Batters For him To Bowl
By CricShots - Dec 21, 2021 12:04 pm
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In the last couple of seasons, Pakistan spinner Shadab Khan has emerged as a match-winner for the national team. He has grown as a cricketer and Pakistan Super League (PSL) has had a part to play in his journey for sure. On Monday, the wily leg-spinner took to Twitter and invited fans for a Q&A session. Fans asked him several questions and the cricketer was sporting enough to answer all of them pretty honestly.

Shadab Khan
Shadab Khan

Shadab Khan revealed the toughest batter to who he has ever bowled to when a fan asked him. The Pakistan spinner picked India’s opener Rohit Sharma and Australian opener David Warner as the toughest batters he has bowled to. When a fan asked, “Who is the most difficult batsman to bowl?”, Shadab Khan replied, “Rohit Sharma and Warner”.

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Rohit Sharma has recently been appointed as the captain of India’s ODI and T20 teams. In the last few years, whether it is ODI or T20 format, Rohit Sharma’s bat has played. In the year 2021, Rohit Sharma has also emerged as a Test player in front of everyone, Australia and England tour was great for Rohit Sharma.

During the QnA, Shadab Khan was also seen showering praises on Babar Azam in the session when a fan asked him to describe the Pakistan captain.

In a recent interview, Shadab Khan said the practice of hoisting the national flag on the ground during net sessions has united the Men in Green. There was a huge uproar over the act during the recent series between Pakistan and Bangladesh. Shadab confessed that the idea was Saqlain Mushtaq’s.

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During a chat with Geo News, Shadab Khan said: “The national flag reminds us that we need to play our hearts out for our country, the same country which got its independence due to countless sacrifices from our elders. This practice of planting the national flag into the ground has united us all.”