Many ways has to tries to control Kohli: Hazlewood
12/4/2018
Sports/ News Measurements Network
12:45
Australia's vice-captain and pace bowler Josh Hazlewood believes that Indian batting order may be the best in the world, but pressure from captain Virat Kohli can be put to rest. Kohli last scored 692 runs including four centuries in the Test series on the tour of Australia. Hezlewood said before the first Test starting on December 6, the Indian batting order is the best in the world.
 
He said that his team is planning to keep Kohli's bat silent. They said, we will definitely talk about it and make strategies. A player like him will actually have to try several ways. Although those methods do not include splatter. Hezlewood said, these things do not affect Virat but rather it plays his best cricket. I keep quiet while bowling him.
 
Steve Smith and David Warner, Hezlewood said that it would be a series of equals. He said, this match will be of equal rank. We face the world's number one team but we play the best cricket in our country. We have a bowling attack which can disturb any team. We would like to maintain the rhythm against the world's best batting line-up which was in Ashes.
 

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