Harbhajan Singh says Virat will lead India in ODIs
Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has hailed Virat Kohli as he sees the Delhi batsman lead India in ODIs as well in the future.
The 36-year old has called Virat Kohli as his favorite player at the moment but has labelled legendary Sachin Tendulkar as his all-time favorite while interacting with his fans through Facebook.
“Virat is a fantastic player for India. He is like my brother. I think he will take India to the next level. He is doing so well in Test cricket as captain, but I think he is also going to lead India in ODIs in future,” Harbhajan said while talking to his fans on Facebook.
“In fact, I have always said that Sachin Tendulkar is my all-time favourite cricketer. And now my current favourite is Kohli. He is a really fantastic player,” he added.
Besides revealing his favorite players and talking about Virat Kohli, Harbhajan Singh has also named his favorite spinners of all-time. He has named current Indian coach and his teammate Anil Kumble, Australian legendary leg-spinner Shane Warne and Pakistan spin legend Saqlain Mushtaq as his favourites.
Virat Kohli has been in phenomenal form as the captain for India in the longest format of the game as India have been on an unbeaten streak of 11 test matches and is in a commendable position in the ongoing Indore test match. Virat Kohli has scored his 13th test century as India ended Day 1 on a 267/3 as the skipper led from front coming into the crease at a difficult time.
The 27-year old has been leading the side with example as he have recently scored a double hundred against West Indies. By achieving the milestone, he became the first Indian captain to score a double hundred outside India.
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