Brad Hogg picks Adam Zampa as best leg spinner


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The former Australia leg-spinner Brad Hogg revealed his present favourite leg-spinner while having a Q/A session on his twitter handle.

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With no cricket around due to the coronavirus outbreak, the cricketers and the former cricketers are having a tough time to spend their time. While some of them are working out at home and spending their time with family, some are passing their team on social media.

Former Australia cricketer Brad Hogg engaged in a Q/A session on twitter where he revealed his favourite leg-spinner. He is none other than his countrymen Adam Zampa. The former leg-spinner also explained the reason behind it. He believes Zampa has a ton of varieties and he is improving every single.

“Zampa, because Australia are pace minded in there approach to selection, he is always in & out for a variety of reasons & he keeps proving them he can bowl in all conditions. His Resilience is second to none,” he replied to a fan.

Zampa has been a regular face in Australia’s limited-overs side since the last few years. He has featured in 55 ODIs for Australia so far and picked up and 75 wickets while he has played 30 matches and picked up 33 wickets in the shortest format of the game.

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Meanwhile, Hogg also revealed his favourite Pakistani bowler when asked by a fan. Hocked picked the young fast bowler Shaheen Afridi and also mentioned leg-spinner Yasir Shah’s name.

“Shaheen Shah Afridi. A special spot for the leggie Yasir Shah,” he said.

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