Gavaskar accepted, India was utterly upset with Pakistan's quick bowling in 1982

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Amid the nationwide lockdown, Sunil Gavaskar shared a YouTube video with former Pakistan captain Rameez Raza through YouTube. He recalled India's tour of Pakistan in 1982-83 throughout this era, saying that it was the hardest tour of his profession as a result of the bowling of the hosts at the moment was very quick and swinging. Imran Khan's hand in expelling Javed Miandad from the group, revealed Pakistan batsman

Gavaskar mentioned, 'India visited Pakistan in 1982-83. Every single spell thrown by Imran Khan and Sarfaraz Nawaz was difficult. He took 40 wickets within the sequence' Can there be snowfall in Lahore? Shoaib Akhtar reacts instantly to Gavaskar's stance …

The Pakistani group, captained by Imran Khan, received 3–zero on this Test sequence. <! –

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                 In the sequence, Imran took the utmost 40 wickets in his title. At the identical time, Kapil Dev took the utmost 24 wickets for India. Shahid Afridi, in help of Shoaib Akhtar, expressed shock at Kapil Dev's response

Gavaskar mentioned, 'Imran and Sarfaraz bowled very difficult. No one had heard of reverse swing in these days. The new ball was not an issue. But the best way he bowled after lunch, it was troublesome to deal with it. '

The former captain additionally mentioned that going through Richard Hadley's tempo and swing in New Zealand was additionally a troublesome problem for him. 'It was the toughest for me to face Hadley on the New Zealand tour in 1981. Hadley's balls have been very difficult within the three-match Test sequence.

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