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Won’t be easy for Babar Azam versus India: M.Kaif

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Former Indian cricketer Mohammed Kaif talks about Pakistani skipper Babar Azam. The arch-rivals (India vs Pakistan) are ready to face-off once again on 10th September in Kandy.

Talking about the game, former Indian cricketer Kaif suggest that it won’t be easy for Pakistani skipper to score big against India. Notably, Babar Azam scored a big-century in the Asia-Cup opener against Nepal. However, M.Kaif thinks M.Shami, Bumrah and Siraj will not make things easy for Pakistani skipper.

He mentioned that the Pakistani skipper will have trouble dealing with the Indian pacers Who are in great form at the moment. Notably, Shami was incredible in the series against West Indies. On his return, Bumrah showed his class, picking up four wickets in two matches against Ireland. He can prove to be extremely dangerous in the Asia Cup. Hence, Kaif believes that Babar Azam will not be able to score freely as he did against Nepal.

Mohammed Kaif says,

Mohammed Shami is a fantastic bowler, his form is also very good. And even in Bumrah’s absence, he managed the bowling very well. Even his form in the IPL was great. So he has a lot of talent. In my opinion, Babar Azam is going to have a lot of difficulty facing Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami is confident about results versus Babar Azam

Indian speed-star M.Shami is confident about team India’s performance in the upcoming Asia Cup. The 32-year-old added that both Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj have worked hard alongside him and hence, he is optimistic about India’s success in the coming times.

Mohammed Shami said,

I don’t have any hesitancy to bowl with the new ball or the old ball. I don’t have an ego like that. All three of us (Bumrah, Shami & Siraj) are bowling very well, so it depends on the management on who will play. There is only one goal, to go and give our 100%, the result will come running to us if we give our 100%. So it is very important to focus and execute, it’s a very simple plan,

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