- South African cricketer Kagiso Rabada says he is glad to go to Pakistan
- Says it might be nice to play in PSL sometime
- Says being named amongst biggest gamers is “extremely surreal”
KARACHI: South African pacer Kagiso Rabada is glad to be visiting Pakistan for two-match Take a look at sequence with the South Africa workforce.
Talking to Geo Information in an unique interview, the 25-year-old quick bowler mentioned that it might be nice for him to play in Pakistan Tremendous League sometime.
“It would be great to play in the PSL one day, obviously at the moment, I am busy with international fixtures, but hopefully one day I can play in it, I’d love to,” he mentioned whereas talking from his lodge room in Rawalpindi in the course of the on-line interview.
“I haven’t got a chance to view outside of the hotel and haven’t experienced the crowds in Pakistan. So, that makes it a bit different.”
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Speaking about his 200 Take a look at wickets, the South African mentioned that it’s “extremely surreal” for him to be named amongst among the biggest of the sport.
“I would never have thought in my wildest dreams that I would be mentioned amongst such a list of players and it humbles me and it shows me how far I’ve come and also how much more I would like to do,” he mentioned.
“I was aiming to be the best bowler in the world,” he mentioned about his targets when he began taking part in cricket, including that it was one thing he nonetheless goals to attain.
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“But when I do get on the playing field, I just forget about that and think about what I need to do on the field,” Rabada mentioned.
When requested who’s essentially the most tough batsman he has ever bowled to, the quick bowler named his countryman AB de Villiers.
He additionally praised Pakistan’s Babar Azam saying that the Pakistani captain has been doing a stellar job for his workforce.
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“I think he has been playing for a shorter time than the names that you’ve just mentioned,” Rabada mentioned when requested if he finds Babar in the identical league as Kohli or Williamson.
“I do believe that he’s got it in him to play that long and be successful for that long because he is a great player; he matches up with those guys. He has been doing a stellar job for Pakistan,” the South African quick bowler mentioned about Pakistani batsman.
He, replying to a query, wished to fulfill Pakistan’s bowling coach and legend quick bowler Waqar Younis.
“I’d like to pick his brain as much as I can. I think, I’d love to speak to him,” he added.