Rabbi dreamt of Tendulkar’s, now Kohli’s wicket

Last October, against England, Kamrul Islam Rabbi made his debut in the elite arena of cricket; so far it is good for the well-built pacer – playing four Test matches so far, Rabbi captured 7 wickets. And is now busy to prepare himself for the forthcoming one off Test series against India later this month.

Talking about his cricket in mind, Kamrul Islam Rabbi said he dreamt of taking the wicket of India’s living legend Sachin Tendulkar once. The 25 year old did not gather any opportunity for that as Sachin ended his cricket career long before Rabbi started.

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Now what is the chase for the youngster? Rabbi said it is Virat Kohli, the present master blaster of Indian batting line up. “It would be one of the best achievements of my life if I could take the wicket of Tendulkar; but it did not happen. Now I want the wicket of Virat Kohli, if it will happen it would be a big thing for me” – Rabbi said.

The one off Test match between Bangladesh and India will start from February 9 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad.

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