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Faced no difficulty while bowling to Kohli, Sharma: Amir

The 29-year-old felt that he could dismiss both batsmen and revealed the way he would approach this monumental task

Faced no difficulty while bowling to Kohli, Sharma: Amir PHOTO: AFP

Pakistan’s former pacer Mohammad Amir, in an interview with Cricwick, revealed that he had no difficulty while bowling to Indian juggernauts Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.

The 29-year-old felt that he could dismiss both batsmen and revealed the way he would approach this monumental task.

“While bowling I swear, I didn’t find bowling to Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma difficult. I didn’t find it difficult at all. I find it easy to bowl to Rohit. I feel I can dismiss him both ways. He struggles against in-swinging deliveries from left-handers, and even early on, he struggles against the ball that goes away. Virat Kohli, I find it slightly tough because he handles pressure conditions really well,” said Amir.

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The pacer, however, termed Australia’s Steve Smith as a difficult batsman because of his technique.

“I find it most difficult to bowl to Steve Smith. Because his technique is very difficult. He stands in such an angle that you don’t understand where to bowl to him,” Amir concluded.