Former Indian Bowler Zaheer Khan eager to work with Indian bowlers


Former Indian Bowler Zaheer Khan confessed on Tuesday that he will be enthused about taking up part in India’s bowling coach in the coming days.

Khan’s name that has continually sprung up for the position as of late, and keeping in mind that declining to affirm on the off chance that he has looked for the occupation, he revealed to Sport360 it is an obligation that he’d love to go up against.

The 38-year-old Mumbai bowler, the fourth best in the historical backdrop of Indian cricket with 311 scalps in 92 Test matches, has dependably been the pioneer of the Indian rocking the bowling alley pack amid his profession and exceeded expectations as a guide to a large portion of the present part in the Indian group.

Khan, who is in Dubai as a component of OSN’s expert board for studio appears amid the ICC Champions Trophy gazing Thursday, stated: “Obviously, it is a decent obligation to have.

“I haven’t generally prepared. In any case, as far as insight, yes, the astuteness is there.

“It is something that I have done all through my playing vocation too. In the event that there is somebody who needs my recommendation, I have dependably been there for them.”

The BCCI has called for possibility to apply for India’s head mentor part, with Anil Kumble’s term arriving at an end after the Champions Trophy.

Approached in the event that he has effectively looked for the position, Khan stated: “I can’t answer that. Yes, it is an alternate part and an alternate open door, yet right now, I am here for OSN as pro analyst, and I am centered around that occupation.”

Shielding champions India go into the ICC Champions Trophy as one of the pre-competition top picks, and maybe without precedent for their current history, the rocking the bowling alley assault is giving more would like to their fans contrasted with their extremely popular batting line-up.

In the two warm-up matches they played in England, India knocked down some pins out New Zealand for 189 in the 39th over, and later required only 23.5 overs to reject Bangladesh for 84.

Be that as it may, Khan, while lauding the bowlers, felt the execution of the batsmen will at present be vital.

“I won’t precisely say that bowlers will win us the title. Any competition you play, it is a collaboration,” said Khan.

“Yes, you have the variety as far as style now – that is India’s enormous quality. You have Bhuvneshwar who can swing the ball both ways. You have Umesh, who has the pace. You have Bumrah, who takes the weight off knocking down some pins in the passing overs with his yorkers and slower ball. Furthermore, there is Shami, who can do everything.

“With the new standards and handling limitations, it is imperative that you have bowlers who are sufficient to bowl in any circumstance. That is certainly one thing that adversaries to support India at this moment.

“Be that as it may, at last, you must approach it as a playing unit that you need to get a couple of early wickets. Batting has dependably been our quality, and in these conditions, it turns out to be considerably more imperative that the batting line-up conveys.

“It is critical in today’s one-day cricket that you get to that aggregate of 300. On the off chance that you can do that reliably, then you get the favorable position as a rocking the bowling alley unit additionally to protect those sums.”

Inquired as to whether he had one suggestion for the Indian knocking down some pins and batting unit – given his colossal accomplishment in England, Khan stated: “To the bowlers, pitch the bunch together, regardless of what arrangement you are playing in these conditions. Concerning the batsmen, I’d say take as much time as necessary and get in.”