Virat Kohli Is Already Close To Becoming A Legend, Says India’s Ex-Skipper MS Dhoni

One of the most successful cricketers and captain in the world, Dhoni is known for his calm nature and cool attitude right from his starting days in the cricket. Recently, Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said the current India skipper is close to being a legend for all the brilliance he has shown in the last few years.

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"He (Kohli) is the best and has already reached a status, where he is close to (being) a legend. So I am very happy for him. And the way he has batted everywhere and in the last few years, he has just been brilliant," Dhoni, who is the brand ambassador and mentor of an app 'Run Adam', said at the launch.

Kohli played all his cricket under Dhoni's captaincy and blossomed from a talented teenager into a world beater.

His 149 against England in the first Test was the final frontier that the current India captain captured. Dhoni is happy that Kohli is taking the team forward.

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"He keeps taking the team forward and that is what you want from a leader. So all the best to him," Dhoni said.

The dashing keeper-batsman also cleared the air about his international future making it clear that he is going nowhere till the 2019 World Cup in England.

"(I took the ball) to see why we are not able to get enough reverse swing. Because we will be playing the World Cup in England, we have to (ensure) that we get the reverse swing going. Because it is something that is very important. If the opposition is getting it, we should also get it, at some point or the other," Dhoni elaborated.

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"After 50 overs, the ball is useless to the ICC (International Cricket Council), so I requested the umpire 'Can I get the ball and gave it to the bowling coach?'"

"We need to work on it as to how we can get it more scuffed up so that we can get a bit of reverse swing going, that will in-turn help the fast bowlers get those yorkers or wickets in and around the 40th over mark. That would really help us restrict the opposition by not getting too many runs in the last 10 overs."

by Admin | Wed, Aug 08 - 10:34 AM

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