Virat Kohli is one of the finest players of the Indian Cricket Team, he has been one of the best Indian captains since the departure of Dhoni. Kohli has led his team to many victories including the test match against England. The discussion including Virat Kohli and Babar Azam is a ceaseless one. Separate skippers of their groups, India’s Kohli and Pakistan’s Azam are among the top batsmen on the planet alongside Steve Smith, Kane Williamson, and Joe Root. Even though Kohli is undeniably more experienced than Babar, the Pakistan chief is rapidly coordinating with the norm of batting at which Kohli works.
The former Pakistani cricketer has recently opened up about the improvements that are crucial for Virat Kohli to end his drought of centuries. Kohli bests Babar in a few divisions, including the international runs, hundreds, captaincy record, and so on. Notwithstanding, the one thing that is by all accounts going the Pakistan commander’s way and not his Indian partner is scoring hundreds. While it’s been a year and almost five months that Kohli has not scored a global century, Babar as of late enrolled an ODI ton against South Africa, outperforming Kohli and South Africa’s extraordinary Hashim Amla as the speediest to indent up 13 centuries in the organization.
Here are some of his statements as per the Pakistani media.
“Virat Kohli has a better range [of shots] as compared to Babar Azam but he also has one area of weakness. If the ball swings, he tends to get trapped around the off-stump such as against [James] Anderson in England”.