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IPL 2021: Mohammad Yousuf supports Kohli fire soon

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Kohli, thinks about it one of the best current Batsmen in the world hasn’t achieved a hundred in every format since 2019.

“Kohli is only 32 and this is the age in the top batsmen hit prime and it’s just a question of Time before it starts getting hundreds again”Yousuf said to PTI news Agency in an interview.

“To achieve what he is already achieved is impressive and for me it is extreme to get 70 test and one day international hundreds. ” added Yousuf, who played 90 tests and 288 ODIs.

The Pakistani great who still holds die world record of most test runs in a calendar year as he made 1,788 runs in die 2005/06 season would not like Compare Kohli with legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar.

“He (Kohli) did it and jitney praises karo isko kum hai (no matter how much we praise him, it’s less). At the same time, I don’t think there is any comparison between him and Sachin (Tendulkar).

“Tendulkar was a whole different class. He scored 100 international Hundreds and keep in Take care of yourself die Era, die he played in and die Bowler, die he played against,” he said former Pakistan captain.

Yousuf believed India continued to produce technically better batsmen compared to Pakistan.

“Your young Batters always had role models to follow of one Era to another. That’s why they still produce better batsmen today. I was lucky that when I started playing I had players like Inzamam ul Haq and Saeed Anwar are watching up to and was also trained by a great like Javed Miandad. “

Yousuf said that stakeholders in Pakistan cricket need to sit down and seriously about die think future because there was a terrible one need to get young players to also focus on other formats except T20.

“Otherwise we will face more problems in batting in future”said Yousuf,” who is now a batting coach at the height of the Pakistan Cricket Board performance center

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