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Indian captain Virat Kohli is counted among the best batsmen in the world. At present, Virat is the only batsman with an average of more than 50 in all three formats. Virat is playing cricket at home or abroad, he knows how to smack the bowlers. When Virat Kohli is playing, the opposition players also become his fans.


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One such fan is his Australian cricket team captain Aaron Finch. Finch recently said that when Virat Kohli ends his career, he will be the biggest player of ODI cricket, while Finch has put Steve Smith ahead of Virat Kohli in Test cricket.

In an interview with a YouTube channel, Finch said

“In Test cricket, what is unbelievable about them is their records both home and away. Virat had a tough series in England last time with Jimmy Anderson but he came back and dominated. Smith has never really struggled anywhere to be fair.”

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“He is an unbelievable Test player. The thing that puts them above all is how dominant they are all around the world. There is one thing to play in your own country but to it everywhere is extraordinary,”


Aaron Finch also added that “Sometimes they get out early, but that’s just part of the game but they do not miss out too many times in a row. When they get in they go big. I think Smith has an edge in Test cricket. Steve in Test cricket is unbelievable,”

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, Aaron Finch said “By the time Virat Kohli finishes his career, he will be the best one-day player of all time, if he is not already. Playing against him is difficult but at times it is also beautiful to watch. It is like playing against anyone who is best of the best, regardless of whether it is Virat or Rohit or Kane Williamson or David Warner,”