<br /> <div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="Virat Kohli was bound to struggle against me: Junaid Khan" src="https://st2.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20130103172133.jpg" title="Virat Kohli was bound to struggle against me: Junaid Khan" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> Junaid Khan troubled Virat Kohli throughout the series, dismissing him in all three One-Day Internationals played between the two sides © Getty Images</p> </div> <br /> <strong>Karachi: Jan 21, 2013</strong><br /> <br /> After dominating <a href="/tags/Virat-Kohli/post" target="_blank">Virat Kohli</a> in the ODI series against India last December, Pakistan's promising left-arm pacer, <a href="/tags/Junaid-Khan/post" target="_blank">Junaid Khan</a> says he knew the batsman would struggle to pick "my length."<br /> <br /> Kohli was dismissed by Junaid in all the three one-dayers.<br /> <br /> "Before the one-day series I remember Kohli and I came cross each other and he told me that I will be playing my shots and I will score runs off you," Junaid said prior to the team's departure for South Africa.<br /> <br /> "Given his reputation I was a bit apprehensive but once I started bowling in the first ODI and everything was working right for me I knew he would find it difficult to pick my length and I bowled him for a duck," he told <em>Geo News</em>.<br /> <br /> "Our bantering continued in the next two matches and it was always a big boost to pick him up cheaply because he is a class batsman," Junaid said.<br /> <br /> Junaid, who took eight wickets in the series, said he enjoyed it when people talked about how Kohli had become his bunny.<br /> <br /> "I knew that a series against India can either make you zero or a hero and I wanted to leave an impact. Before going to India I had realised that without getting the ball to come in I would struggle against top batsmen.<br /> <br /> "I worked hard on my length and moving the ball both ways with my coaches and tips from <a href="/tags/Wasim-Akram/post" target="_blank">Wasim Akram </a>proved valuable to me and the series turned out to be a success," Junaid said.<br /> <br /> The youngster said he had enjoyed the experience of playing in front of huge crowds in India.<br /> <br /> "But I would love to play Tests against them and I think we should be playing more often against each other in a proper series. it will help both teams."<br /> <br /> The pacer, who has already picked up three five-wicket hauls in eight Tests, said unlike other young players he was not inclined towards playing T20 cricket.<br /> <br /> "I have got offers from some leagues but I prefer to play more county and first-class cricket now because that is the only way I am going to develop as a bowler."