No cricket dialog as of late is full with out mentioning India skipper Virat Kohli’s title and identical occurred when three nice former cricketers got here collectively for a chat just lately. Former England captain Nasser Hussain, former India cricketers VVS Laxman and Krishnamachari Srikkanth heaped reward on Kohli and his profitable mentality.
Hussain revealed a dialog with former India head coach Duncan Fletcher relating to Kohli. Hussain acknowledged Fletcher had seen very early that Kohli is going to be an enormous star sooner or later.
“He is not worried about stats. The only stats he is worried about is the win/loss column. I was speaking to (former India head coach) Duncan Fletcher about him and he said ‘watch out for this lad. He has a real fight and character in him’,” Hussain stated in Star Sports present ‘Cricket Connected’.
Srikkanth, in the meantime, in contrast Kohli to 1983 World Cup-winning skipper Kapil Dev and acknowledged the present captain’s self-perception is immense and that has helped him turn into among the best batsmen on the earth.
“I played with Kapil Dev and played under him. I can compare Virat Kohli with Kapil Dev. I see a tremendous amount of self-belief in him,” Srikkanth advised Star Sports.
Laxman expressed his admiration for Kohli’s depth and stated he doesn’t let it drop even for a second throughout a match.
“The one thing I admire about Virat Kohli is his intensity. One thing I was worried about was whether he will burn out quickly. But not even one session or one over he lets his intensity drop and that is really commendable,” Laxman advised Star Sports.