How is Rohit Sharma preparing to take on Shaheen Shah Afridi in the Asia Cup?

How is Rohit Sharma preparing to take on Shaheen Shah Afridi in the Asia Cup? High voltage matches are coming between Pakistan and India for which both the teams have started preparations.

Pakistan v/s India matches are always compared between Pakistani bowlers and Indian batsmen. Four ODIs between the arch-rivals are possible in September and October this year.
If we talk about the important players in the matches between Pakistan and India, then the competition between the Green Shirts fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi and the captain of the team India Rohit Sharma is on the top list.

Rohit Sharma and Shaheen Shah Afridi have faced each other a total of three times in international cricket so far, in which the Pakistani pacers managed to get them out only once.

If we talk about the ODI format, the last time the two superstars faced each other was in the 2018 Asia Cup.
Rohit Sharma’s record against left-handers in mega-events is not so good.

How is Rohit Sharma preparing to take on Shaheen Shah Afridi in the Asia Cup?

If we talk about Asia Cup 2016, ICC Champions Trophy 2017, ICC World Cup 2019, and ICCT20 World Cup 2021, then Rohit Sharma, Mohammad Amir, Trent Boult, and Shaheen Shah Afridi respectively have been out by the hands of these four matches, he has scored only one run against left-handed bowlers while three times he has been dismissed for zero.

Rohit Sharma is batting on Aniket Chaudhary’s bowling in the practice session as India’s first match in the Asia Cup is against Pakistan.

He also said that the Indian captain is giving instructions to the bowlers during the practice session on where they should and shouldn’t bowl. They have been practicing hard for two days.

On the other hand, former India player Sanjay Bangar instructed Rohit Sharma to play against Shaheen Shah Afridi in mid-off and mid-on.

On the other hand, since the 2019 World Cup, Rohit Sharma has been dismissed in the first power play five times in 18 innings, while Shaheen Shah Afridi has sent right-handed batsmen to the pavilion 29 times in 20 innings since then has done in which 10 times he has managed to take a wicket in Powerplay.

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