Virat Kohli is the world’s best batsman by far margin not only of current generation but if compared from past as well. But comparing from past is not fair looking at the condition in the past an as of now.
His unbelievable consistency makes him stand tall from all other which is growing day by day. After achieving so much at the age of 30, still, exceptions are enormous from the Virat Kohli. Whatever you have achieved the list always have few ticks which need to be marked.
After a disastrous 2014 England tour, when people started to talk about his time’s up he gave them back by coming in form but the recent 2018 tour where the buzz was about how Kohli will perform and always taking 2014 series in reference.
He just silenced his critic’s for a lifetime. 593 runs at an average of 59.3 in 10 innings and undoubtedly the stand out batsman of the series.
Recently getting to 10,000 runs in ODI in record 211 innings. Whatever you talk he is here to break it.
Kohli: Upcoming Series and Challenges.
India is having a long Australia tour again where the expectations will be high on the Virat both as a batsman and as a Skipper against a depleted Australia squad. Winning against the Australian’s who are going through some bad days will tick one of the boxes.
In June 2019 World Cup awaits Virat Kohli which he in 2011 has already lifted.
But there is no end to expectations in the world. Preparations began a lot earlier for the WC and hopes are high as everyone know’s MS Dhoni will b playing his last world cup.
Virat Kohli has a tremendous record in Indian Premier League which will be in between Australia tour and World Cup. However, it’s still unclear that who all will be playing it because of the World Cup as BCCI wants India’s top performer to be fully fit and fresh for the grand stage. Playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore he hasn’t won the tournament even once must surely eat at a man with as much pride as Kohli.