Bibhu Prasad Ray

In World Cricket, there is no bigger player than India’s Virat Kohli. A player who has already scored 26,000 international runs and 80 centuries shows why he is way above his other contemporary batsmen. He has earned praise from every corner of the world for his commitment, passion and dedication to cricket. 

However, England’s current coach Brendon McCullum has praised the former Indian Captain as he admitted how he has loved playing against the best player in the world. 

“Virat Kohli is one of the greatest players of the game. I respect his prowess and competitiveness. I enjoyed playing against him, if you have success against the best, I’m sure you have earned it,” he told Talksport

Recently, India coach Rahul Dravid was asked about the participation of Virat Kohli in the next three matches Vs England, where he responded, “It’s best to ask the selectors. Selectors will be in better position to tell you as they are going to announce the squad in a few days. We will connect with him and find out.”

India made an excellent comeback to win the 2nd test match. The 5-match test series is leveled in 1-1.

The third Test match will start from 15 February in Rajkot.

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