For Pakistan’s teenage pacer Mohammad Aamer bowling against India in the crucial Champions Trophy encounter is like a dream come true.
Aamer made an exciting debut for Pakistan in the World Twenty20 championship in England in June last year and has already emerged as a key players in the Champions Trophy with some excellent bowling in its opening match against West Indies on Wednesday.
The youngster has now set his eyes on taking the prized scalp of Indian cricket maestro Sachin Tendulkar.
“Tendulkar’s wicket is a dream wicket for any bowler in the world," Aamer said. "I would love to take his wicket because he is such a great player. I want to get him out early because if we do that, our chances of beating Indian will greatly improve."
The left-armer said he has already prepared a plan to dismiss Tendulkar with the new ball.
“I have got a plan for him but it will all depends on how the wicket at Centurion behaves. If the pitch provides some assistance I would be able to execute my plan,” he said.