England Cricketer James Anderson had said that Virat Kohli's technical flaws are not visible because of the helpful Indian tracks which lacked in pace and movement.
Anderson has been receiving criticism from all quarters of the world. After Graeme Smith and Michael Vaughan, Pakistan chief selector Inzamam ul Haq too trolled Anderson for his controversial remark.
Pakistan player Inzamam ul Haq says, "It is surprising to me that Anderson should question Kohli's runs and ability because I haven't seen him take too many wickets in India."
Pakistan player Inzamam ul Haq praises Virat Kohli,"I always judge a batsman by seeing how many times the runs he scores leads to his team winning matches. In my opinion if a batsman scores 80 and it helps his team win, it matters more to me than someone scoring 150 and his team still losing."
Pakistan player Inzamam ul Haq also says,"He is a quality player and when he is getting runs his team does well. That is important to judge or classify a batsman's value. There is hunger in him for runs."
Inzamam ul Haq revealed that during his captaincy he feared Virender Sehwag the most among the Indian batsmen.
Inzamam says, "Sehwag was a dangerous player because if he scored 80 odd runs it meant his team would end up scoring 300 or more in a Test or ODI. The more time he spent at the crease the more he dented the morale of the bowlers, which was worrying for me as captain."
"People want to see Indo Pak matches but there is nothing one can do about it until things are normal at the government level. Personally I always enjoyed the challenge of playing against India and it made a better player. To me a Indo Pak series has always been even bigger than the Ashes,"concluded Inzamam.