Currently, the Indian captain is arguably the most consistent and successful batsman across all the three formats of the game. Virat is the most successful batsman across all three formats currently playing and is also the most consistent. On top of that, he is the captain of the squad and is also the holder of some of the biggest records in international cricket.
In the last 5 years or so, Kohli has worked extremely hard on his game and established himself as one of the modern day greats of the game. Virat Kohli is still very young but he has achieved some extra ordinary things in the game of cricket.
Recently, he also equaled Ricky Ponting’s tally of 30 ODI centuries to become joint second on the list of batsmen with most ODI tons in the cricket history. Virat Kohli looked upbeat after notching up his record 30th ODI ton against Sri Lanka. He has also scored over 1000 runs in the current calendar year with an astonishing average of 92.45.
While he is great to watch bat, and hit those eloquent cover drives, a video has surfaced on the social media, in which Kohli can be seen batting left-handed on a street among the kids, which is opposite of his natural batting style as he bats right handed.
Kohli has time and again proven that he is one of the best batsmen in the world and his cricketing skills were at the display on Monday as showed how he can not only bat with his right hand but the left one too.
Kohli once again proved to the world that he is a master chaser and once he gets his eye in, no target is big enough for him. After the series, Virat Kohli posted the video with a caption, “Not bad for a left-handed shot.”
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— Saurabh Malhotra (@MalhotraSaurabh) September 4, 2017
Batting, bowling, fielding, wicketkeeping, and captaincy; he is a complete team man who gives his best every single time he steps on the field. For him, playing for the country and contributing to the best of his ability is the most important thing and this is why he is always so motivated and passionate about playing cricket for India.
Counted among the modern greats of the cricket world, Kohli led India to twin whitewash on the Sri Lanka tour 3-0 in Tests and 5-0 ODIs. India will now play one off T20I against Sri Lanka, on Wednesday, to conclude their completely dominant tour.