Virat Kohli was the Player of the Tournament in the last T20 World Cup.© AFP
Scotland qualified for the Super 12 stages of the T20 World Cup after finishing top of Group B in Round 1 of the showpiece event. They started their campaign with a massive victory over Bangladesh and then defeated Papua New Guinea and Oman. Following their win against Oman in the last Group B game, left-arm spinner Mark Watt, who has picked up three wickets in three matches at an economy rate of 5.41, said he has some plans ready for Virat Kohli, the Indian captain. Adding to “should be concerned” before their struggle on 5 November.
“I have a lot of plans for Virat. I’m going to silence him at the moment, but I think he should be worried,” Watt was quoted as saying by the ICC.
Scotland have moved into Group 2 in the Super 12 round and will face Pakistan, New Zealand, Afghanistan and Namibia, apart from India.
On the challenge of bowling against the likes of Kohli, Kane Williamson and Babar Azam, the 25-year-old Scottish spinner said he wants to challenge himself against some of the best players in the world.
“I mean, that’s why you play the game, right, to play against the big stars. You want to challenge yourself with the best, and they’re definitely the best in the world. Everybody’s just trying to perform. Totally excited for their skills against the whole world. So you want to get into the World Cup, challenge yourself to play against the best teams and the best players from all over the world,” Watt concluded.
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