Australia cricketer David Warner has tried to call similarities between himself and India skipper Virat Kohli. Warner said they each are pushed by ardour every time they’re out on the sector taking part in for his or her respective international locations.
“I can’t speak for Virat, obviously, but it’s almost like we got this thing in us when we go (out to the middle) we need to prove people wrong, prove someone wrong,” Warner stated whereas chatting with Harsha Bhogle on Cricbuzz in ‘Conversation’.
“If you’re in that contest, and if I’m going at him for instance, you’re pondering, ‘Alright, I’m going to attain more runs than him, I’m going to take a fast single on him’.
“You are attempting to raised that particular person in that sport. That’s the place the fervour comes from,” he added.
Warner additionally defined the small battles kind throughout the huge conflict every time India and Australia compete in opposition to one another.
“Obviously you want to win the game but you almost break it down to: If I can score more runs than Virat, or if Pujara scores more runs than Steve Smith, you have these little contests and that’s how you try to narrow the game in the sense that if we do these little things, we can be ahead of the game or we can be behind the game,” Warner stated
“The passion is driven by…I know my sense – one, the will to win and two, wanting to do better than that person in the opposition.”