Watching Virat Kohli at IPL 2008, Kamran Akmal said, ‘Ye ka cricket Khelaga’

India won the Under-19 World Cup in 2008 under the leadership of Virat Kohli. He became recognized in Indian cricket shortly after After, and shortly after, this player of Delhi made his debut for the Indian cricket team. The first season of the IPL began in 2008. Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) have selected Virat Kohli in their squad for the first in this league. Today he has been associated with the RCB for 13 years. He is still playing for RCB. In the first match of the IPL, Pakistan’s players were allowed to join the world’s most expensive league. Former Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamral Akmal also participated in the event.

Kamran Akmal was part of the Rajasthan Royals in 2008. Rajasthan won the IPL first season by defeating Chennai Super Kings. Kamran Akmal shared his experiences watching the Virat Kohli drama in 2008. On the YouTube channel of sports commentator Savra Pasha, Kamran Akmal said, “I played in the first in the IPL. I was very surprised to see Virat Kohli at the time. I was wondering what kind of cricket he would play at such a young age. But over the past few years, Kohli has been an ideal for youngsters.

Akmal said they have completely transformed themselves and are ideal for young people. Slamming Akmal, who criticized Kohli, said he was not sure India would win the ICC Trophy if they replaced their captain. “No one can guarantee that if Kohli is a fantastic player and captain and India captain, he will win the ICC tournament,” he said. It is a matter of luck.

Pakistani cricketer Kamran Akmal came out in support of Virat Kohli, I have no doubt about his captaincy

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