Breaking into the Pakistan team on the bank of strong performances in the T20 cricket, paceman Haris Rauf is hungry to make a big name in the International circuit. For this to happen, the upcoming edition of the T20 World Cup would be an ideal place where the top batters across the world would gather for the showdown in Australia.
Reflecting on the mega-event, the aggressive pacer said that it would not be easy to counter the batters of the highest quality. Particularly, he mentioned the names of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma who are known to boss the shortest format of the game. Nevertheless, Haris is confident to come good against everyone as he revealed his plan of not letting any batter dominate him.
“Looking at the top batsmen of T20I cricket, the greatest challenge will come from the likes of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli. I will try my best to do well against them while drawing on my Big Bash League (BBL) experience. If given the opportunity, I want to win the World Cup for Pakistan,” said by the 26-year old cricketer who has 44 wickets in 35 T20s at 22.27.