Australian cricketer Marnus Labuschagne engaged in a fun Question and Answer session on Monday, March 27 with the fans on Twitter. He answered some interesting questions during the session. Labuschagne revealed that from the ‘Fab 4’, he would want to bat with Virat Kohli.
In world cricket, Steve Smith, Kane Williamson, Joe Root, and Virat Kohli are referred to as the ‘Fab 4’. During the Q&A session, a fan asked, “If you get a chance to bat with one of the fab 4 excluding smudge, who would that be?”
“has to be @imVkohli, we’d run heaps of 2s,” replied Marnus Labuschagne.
has to be @imVkohli, we'd run heaps of 2s
— Marnus Labuschagne (@marnus3cricket) March 27, 2023
Marnus Labuschagne was also asked to describe Team India skipper Rohit Sharma in one word. He expressed that Rohit Sharma’s batting is easy on the eye because of his smooth bat swing. Labuschagne wrote,
“more than 1 word, but watching him bat is easy on the eye – smooth bat swing”
Further, Marnus Labuschagne picked Royal Challengers Bangalore as his favorite Indian Premier League team. He also chose Ravichandran Ashwin as the best spinner he has faced in his career. The Australian cricketer revealed “Butter chicken w/ spinach & cheese naan” as his favorite Indian dish.
Marnus Labuschagne picks three former bowlers he would have loved to pace
During the Q&A session, a user also asked Marnus Labuschagne about which three bowlers from the past he would have loved to face. He picked Dale Steyn, Shaun Pollock, and Glenn McGrath as the three bowlers. The Australian cricketer also spoke about the biggest challenge as a cricketer. The batter expressed that the biggest challenge is to keep performing. He wrote, “the mental challenge of continuing to perform and playing a game where you fail more than you succeed.”
Marnus Labuschagne recently played in the four-match Test series against Team India in the 2023 Border Gavaskar Trophy. He scored 244 runs at an average of 40.67. The two teams will again compete this year in the World Test Championship final in June at the Oval in London.
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