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Virat Kohli has reached enormous heights in his career and is en-route to become one of the greatest batsmen to have ever played the game.
Kohli is one of the finest batsmen of his generation and has always made sure that he gave his 100 percent on the field.
A lot of former and present cricketers have hailed Kohli for his determination towards his game and his desire to succeed.
Kohli has dominated bowlers all around the world and has left no stone unturned in regards to success with the bat. The Indian captain has been successful with the willow in India as well as out of the sub-continent, with just England being the only country where he has failed, and that too in Tests.
The India skipper has been among the runs for the past two years and also won the ICC 2017 Player of the Year award.
With age on his side, Kohli has a realistic chance to break or better the 100 international centuries record which is currently held by the batting maestro, Sachin Tendulkar. The Indian batsman has 56 international centuries to his name as of now.
Kohli’s consistency has not just amazed fellow cricketers and former players but also the umpires who officiate in the matches.
One such umpire is Pakistan’s Aleem Dar who feels nothing can come near Virat Kohli at the moment.
“Virat Kohli is the world’s best batsman in all formats. Many people wish to copy Virat, but I don’t think there is any player who can come near him at the moment,”
Kohli is currently leading the Royal Challengers Bangalore who have once again had a disappointing campaign and are in the bottom half of the table.
Kohli’s next international assignment is against England in England as he has opted out of the one-off Test against Afghanistan to prepare for the English tour. Kohli will also play County cricket for the first, as he will play for Surrey.