Salman Butt Applauds India Captain “Rohit Ki Fitness Kohli Se Aadhi…” Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt discussed Rohit’s abilities and where he stands in comparison to Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan in a video posted to his YouTube channel.
There were no major surprises in the Indian cricket squad for the T20 World Cup. Rohit Sharma will captain the team, with KL Rahul serving as his deputy. Going into the World Cup, which begins in mid-October. The team management may be relieved with the form of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. Who both appeared to be in good form in the recently concluded Asia Cup. While Kohli hit a century and two half-centuries, Rohit also hit a fifty against eventual Asia Cup champions Sri Lanka.
Salman Butt on Rohit’s abilities and comparison to Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan in a video posted to his YouTube channel.
“Unka (Rohit) comparison nahi banta (with Babar and Rizwan). With his set of skills, Rohit ki fitness Kohli se aadhi bhi ho, toh usse zyada destructive player nahi hai. Fir uska aur sirf AB de Villiers ka match reh jaata hai, beechme koi player nahi aata. Agar woh (Rohit) bohot fit hotey Kohli ki tarah toh pata nahi woh kya kartey. (Rohit can’t be compare with Babar and Rizwan. With his set of skills, Rohit would be the most destructive player if his fitness levels were half as good as Kohli’s. Only AB de Villiers comes close to him)” said Butt on his YouTube channel.
In recent matches, Rohit Sharma has attempted to get India off to a quick start, but has failed to score big. He wants his team to play aggressively, and he is trying to set a good example. He hit an eye-catching 72 against Sri Lanka in the Super 4 match, which helped India recover from an early setback.
India will need Rohit to be firing on all cylinders during the ICC T20 World Cup in Australia if they are to win the trophy.
Virat Kohli also found form in the Asia Cup, finishing first in run-scoring. He hit his long-awaited 71st international century against Afghanistan, his first in the format. He also batted for half a century against Pakistan and Hong Kong.