Mohammad Amir and Virat Kohli
Mohammad Amir and Virat Kohli Credits: Twitter

Former Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir lashed out at Virat Kohli’s critics after Kohli’s stupendous century against Australia in the fourth and final test of the Border Gavaskar Trophy. Virat Kohli scored a brilliant hundred after three long years in red-ball cricket.

Mohammad Amir, who is currently playing Legends League Cricket in Doha, Speaking to Hindustan Times silenced Virat’s critics saying that every player goes up and down in their cricketing career and its impossible to get a hundred in every match a player plays and added no one can doubt Virat Kohli’s work ethics and he always comes back to prove his critics wrong.

Virat Kohli Century
Virat Kohli Century Credits: Twitter

“Who are these people who are criticizing Kohli? I don’t understand. At the end of the day he is human. It’s not like he has a remote and you press the button every day and you get a hundred and Kohli will win the match for India.  And you can never doubt Kohli for his hard work. He loves challenges. Every time he has been criticized, he has bounced back to prove them wrong.

Virat Kohli now has 28 tons in the longer format of the game, with a total of 75 centuries in international cricket. Many except Virat Kohli to breach Sachin Tendulkar’s mark of 100 centuries in International cricket. Kohli continued his good form since his comeback scoring an international century in Asia Cup 2022, which was his maiden T20I ton as well.

Mohammed Siraj Is The Most Improved Bowler In Any Format – Mohammad Amir

Mohammad Amir who is known for this lethal new ball bowling praised Mohammed Siraj for his phenomenal rise in International cricket. Mohammed Siraj has been leading India’s attack along with Mohammad Shami in absence of Star Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah who has been sidelined due to a back injury.

Mohammed Siraj
Mohammed Siraj Credits: Twitter

“The bowler who has most impressed me is Mohammed Siraj. If you look at the recent past, he is the most improved bowler in any format. With him, you need to groom 1-2 young bowlers ready because in about a year or two players like Shami will also be sticking to a single format,” Amir said.

Siraj has impressed one and all with his ability to make a difference irrespective of the conditions. He proved himself in the ODI format during the home series against Sri Lanka and New Zealand. He finished the series with 14 wickets to his name and became the new No.1 ODI bowler in ICC Rankings.