khaskhabar.com : Tuesday, November 21, 2023 1:58 PM
Mumbai New Zealand’s star fast bowler Trent Boult has created a new discussion in the sports world. He has supported playing Kabaddi along with his teammates Daryl Mitchell and Tim Southee. He has said that this game requires strong legs.
New Zealand cricketers Boult, Mitchell Santner and Tom Latham found the game of Kabaddi interesting after they were shown some glimpses of the Pro Kabaddi League during their stay in India for the ICC Cricket World Cup.
Meanwhile, Bolt supported his teammates Mitchell and Southee to try their hand at Kabaddi, saying, “I have seen it many times. I think you need strong legs for this game. I am Daryl for this game. I will take the names of Mitchell and Tim Southee.”
Furthermore, Santner expressed his excitement about the possibility of seeing Glenn Phillips in Kabaddi.
“I probably have the agility for the game, but not the strength. You need to be agile and strong for Kabaddi. Lockie Ferguson can play well. He has a strong core and big legs,” he said.
Sharing his thoughts about the game, wicketkeeper-batsman Latham said, “It looks like a pretty physical game. It looks similar to rugby, with people teaming up to stop a man from getting over the line. “I’d take Glenn Phillips for this game. He’s a mighty pocket rocket.”
Following the conclusion of the action-packed ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, the focus now turns to the tenth season of the Pro Kabaddi League, which begins on December 2.
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