Not happy with his comments about Jasprit Bumrah, former Pakistan player Abdul Razzaq still had something to say about Virat Kohli.
The all-rounder feels that today's Indian skipper is a consistent batsman but cannot be placed in the same category as Sachin Tendulkar. According to Razzaq, modern cricket players do not have in-depth power for teams around the world.
"If you talk to players from 1992 to 2007, they will tell you what cricket was," Razzak said in the same interview. Cricket Pakistan.
"There were world-class players at that time. Now there are no more world-class players. There is no depth in bowling, striking or practicing. It's all right now."
"If Virat Kohli scores, he scores. Yes, he's a good player for them and plays consistently, but you can't put him in the same category as Sachin Tendulkar. He belongs to a different category," Razzaq added.
He had previously spoken about Bumrah and called him a "baby". He said: "After dealing with world class champions in my time, I would have no problem against a bowler like Bumrah. The pressure would be on him," Razzaq said.
"I have played against great warriors like Glenn McGrath and Wasim Akram, so Bumrah is a bowling alley in front of me and I could easily dominate and attack him.
"The Bumrah is doing very well and has improved a lot. It has an awkward action and perfectly blows the seam so it's effective," Razzaq added for Bumrah.
Neither did he leave Hardik Pandya and said: "Today I watch Hardik Pandya carefully and I see a lot of errors in his body balance while the bowl hits hard.
Pandya is recovering from surgery in London. The player can return to the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 and should be considered eligible for next year's T20I World Cup in Australia.