‘Rohit Sharma Is A Tremendous Player, I Enjoy His Batting Style’- Says Tim Southee

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Tim Southee proved to be a terror in both matches against England, taking 51 wickets at 20.66 and heading to the WTC Final with three 5-wicket hauls and a six last time out. Despite his excellent form, the legendary Kiwi bowler admits that the New Zealand bowling attack would have little room for mistake against India’s explosive batting lineup. let’s discuss Tim Southee About Rohit Sharma

“It’s an exciting batting line-up, the mix of experienced guys and a couple of young guys who have come in and played with that freedom and that excitement that they have,” he said.

Tim Southee About ‘Rohit Sharma’

“Rohit Sharma’s a tremendous player in all three formats and personally a guy I like watching bat, his style and the way he can take a game away from the opposition is great to watch”.

“But I know as a bowling group that it’s a dangerous line-up throughout, Rohit is only one of many very good batters in this Indian batting line-up that we have to be on top of our game against.”

On India’s captain, he added: “As a player, you like to test yourself against the best, and Virat [Kohli] is one of the best to play the game, definitely one of the modern-day greats but it’s not only him.

“We know there are so many dangerous players in this Indian batting line-up so we’re going to have to be on top of our game as a bowling unit and we know how dangerous they can be.”

New Zealand will play in the World Test Championship (WTC) Final after defeating England by 8 wickets in the second Test at Edgbaston and won the two-match series 1-0. The first Test between these two teams ended in a tie.

Devon Conway defeated England’s bowling attack in his first Test series. While the left-hander hit a double century at Lord’s, he backed it up with an outstanding 80 in the second Test. The WTC Final of India and New Zealand is going to be held on June 18 in  Southampton.

Also read: Younis Khan Resign As Pakistan’s Batting Coach Ahead Of England Tour

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