Batting against Bumrah or Bowling to Kohli; Guess! Ellyse Perry’s pick

Batting against Bumrah or Bowling to Kohli; Guess! Ellyse Perry’s pick

Ellyse Perry (Pic Source: Twitter)

The Corona virus outbreak has put the world on halt for long now. Almost whole of the world is living behind the doors to stay alive. The world that was in blind race to leave everyone behind, has come to standstill. Again Human life has become more precious than anything else out there.

Sports events the world over have taken a drubbing over the last few months and players are now keeping themselves busy on internet. Former players and stalwarts of game are also having a good time by conducting question answer sessions on twitter and announcing their favourite playing XIs.

Recently, Australian women’s all-rounder Ellyse Perry, in a session with TV presenter Ridhima Pathak, accepted ‘Would You Rather’ challenge from the latter. During the session, the duo also discussed quite a few interesting things that amused her fans as well.

Also Read – It would be better to resume cricket with IPL: Chahal

Ridhima Pathak, in one many question, asked the all-rounder to choose between batting against Jasprit Bumrah and bowling to Virat Kohli. The question can surely put any all-rounder in a tricky situation, but if one is wise enough, he would love bowling to Virat Kohli rather than facing Boom-Boom Missiles. Ellyse Perry also did the same, as she said, “Yeah…Bowl to Virat.”

A couple of months back, Perry had posted a video on twitter and had asked Master Blaster to come out of the retirement and set ablaze the world with a little face-off. The duo also faced off each other as Sachin Tendulkar played six balls from the all-rounder in the innings break during an exhibition match in Australia.

In the session, Ridhima Pathak also asked the all-rounder to pick between England women’s team or India’s Women’s team in the 2021 World Cup final. Perry this time looked quite relaxed as she replied, “I’ll love to play India again.”

In recent World T20 in March, Australia Women’s easily defeated India women’s team in the final in Melbourne. Perry, though, had unfortunately missed the Women’s T20 World Cup after a hamstring injury ruled her out of the tournament.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *