Mumbai:Australian pace spearhead and Kings XI bowler Brett Lee said he would be more than happy to pass on his knowledge to the next generation.
"I would love to pass on the knowledge that I have to these kids. It feels good when someone whom you have shared your experiences with takes a wicket," Lee said during an interaction the kids who had joined the Cricket Education Program (CEP) which was held at a suburban hotel here.
Quizzed about the co-owner of Kings XI Punjab and film actress Preity Zinta, he said. "Preity is fantastic. First she is a great actress and then she is also a great leader."
Besides meeting and signing autographs for the children, he also kept them in good humour with his knowledge of Hindi.
CEP is a curriculum based education program for boys and girls that has been introduced in India by Cricket India Academy (CIA) under the flagship of Sports Education Development India Ltd (SEDIL).