26-year-old Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has recently said that Steve Smith is the toughest batsman to bowl to. The former Australian skipper is currently serving a one-year ban from international cricket. He is currently playing in the Canada Global League.
Even though he had been away from cricket for some time, Smith turned on the heat with a calculative 61 in the T20 league. His stroke-making was at its best. The right-hand-batsman has scored 3431 runs from 108 ODIs and is considered highly around the globe. On the other hand, Amir is one of the finest bowlers in the cricketing scenes currently. His nagging line and accuracy coupled with pace makes him a potential threat to the finest of batsmen.
Amir feels Smith is the hardest nut to crack
During a conversation with ESPN Cricinfo, Amir revealed that Smith is the toughest batsman to bowl to. He also shared his thoughts on an ideal biopic and lot more about him in a 25question-answer session. Pakistan are currently participating in a tri-nation tournament along with Australia and hosts Zimbabwe. Here are some of the lesser known queries answered by the popular fast bowler.
The rapid-fire question-answers
If you could win a trophy in sports other than cricket: Football.
If a movie is made about who you like to play the role: Shahid Kapoor.
One record you would like to have: I want three hat-tricks in all three formats, one each in all.
How do like to kill time: I prefer watching movies in the hotel.
Which cricketer has the best hairstyle: Shahid Afridi.
If you could bowl to one player from the history: Brian Lara.
Which workout do you find the most boring: Deadlifts.
If you could be reborn, who would you like to be born as?: Mohammad Amir.
Latest Bollywood movie you watched: Padmavat.