Pakistan’s bowling spearhead, Mohammad Amir has been in a terrific reign of form in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2019. The speedster seems to have regained his lost rhythm and swing as he is on top of the leading wicket-taker chart of this year’s World Cup.
The Indian batting maestro, Sachin Tendulkar is wary of Pakistan’s potent bowling attack especially of the threat Amir possess with the new ball and has warned Indian batsman ahead of the much-anticipated clash on Sunday.
“I wouldn’t go in with a negative mindset of playing dot balls against him. If you get an opportunity, I would encourage India to play their shots and stay positive. It’s not about survival but rather going out there and even defend positively. No need to do anything different,” said Tendulkar.
Sachin believes that Amir and his teammates would love to get the key wickets of Indian captain Virat Kohli and his deputy Rohit Sharma, early to unsettle India. India will be without their regular opener Shikhar Dhawan when they take on Pakistan with KL Rahul expected to open the innings with Rohit.