Indian captain Virat Kohli is counted among the best batsmen in the world. Currently, Virat Kohli is scoring at an average of more than 50 in all three formats. Virat Kohli works on his game after every match, due to which he is becoming more dangerous.
Seeing the form of Virat Kohli, former Australian captain and current No.1 batsman in Test cricket, Steve Smith says that it is a matter of fear. On Cricket Connected show on Saturday, Steve Smith said,
“He’s a terrific guy, he’s done terrific things with India. As an ambassador of the game. He’s getting better and better with each game, which is the scary thing,”
Steve Smith recalled the nostalgia with Virat Kohli, saying that Virat Kohli once came to the Brisbane Academy and then had a good conversation with Virat. Smith told
“I have known Virat Kohli for a long time. Since 2007, I reckon, when he went up to the academy in Brisbane. I actually wasn’t a part of in-take then, but I was kind of up there, doing bowling and stuff,” the Aussie said in Star Sports’,
India has to tour Australia later this year where they have to play a four-match Test series. India made history last time by beating Australia 2–1 in their home Test series.
At that time, Steve Smith, who was facing the ban of ball tempering, was not part of the Australian team. But this time he is very excited to play the series against India.
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