During the session of the interview recently, the West Indies batsman and legend Brian Lara picked both the captains of India and England are the best batsman in the world and today series of the match. He says Virat Kohli and Joe Root are the batsmen who are giving back to back remarkable performance. While noticing about the bowlers he picked England speedster James Anderson and South Africa pacer Kagiso Rabada are his favorite bowlers. The two young batsman is a sign of the youth power that arising day by day.
Brian Lara hasn’t forgotten to talk about hard time facing spinners Muttian Muralitharan and Shane Warne in his playing days. He said “ Muttiah Muralitharan and Shane Warne always confused me in the early part of our confrontation whilst Shane Warne didn’t. As my innings grew I felt I had more control over Mutiah, whilst Shane seemed to grow in confidence. They were definitely the two best spinners of my time. Lara also added “Warne played for the best team in the world during my era, he was and still is, regarded as the best leg-spinner to play the game. It was a battle I just embraced in some of the largest cricketing arenas”Talking about
ut T20 matches Brian Lara said “ The most remarkable thing for the ICC to consider is the growth of the game, where that will happen is in the T20 format. All the countries that are taking to the sports as of late are naturally attracted to T20 format since it is the most exciting.” Lara noticed about ICC and said “ Moving on to the longer formats, you want good quality and intense cricket and only the best teams in the world can offer that. Though, I feel the number of teams in the world T20 being 16 and the number in the ODI World Cup being is just right”. He also said that “ The T20 format assets just hours so I don’t see why it can’t be included in the Olympics. It see golf get that opportunity again, It is time for cricket now”
As remembered the 49-year-old who is the first and only man to score a quadruple hundred in international cricket, backed the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) decision for a ten-team ODI World Cup.