Colombo, Sept. 14 (PTI): Mohammed Kaif rates his unbeaten 87 at Lord’s in the NatWest Trophy final against England two months ago higher than his match-winning century at the Premadasa Stadium this evening against Zimbabwe.
“I would say Lord’s was my best. It will remain so. It was under different conditions. England were playing at home and beating them there is a difficult task,” Kaif said after India’s 14-run win against Zimbabwe.
“It was a good wicket to bat on,” Kaif said about his unbeaten 111. In the process, he shared a 117-run sixth wicket stand with Rahul Dravid (picture left).