Virat Kohli is undoubtedly the best limited-overs player in the world right now. The Indian skipper has won many games for the team with his destructive batting and sharp fielding skills. He is stamping his authority as the numero uno batsman again and again. He is widely regarded as the chase master because of the fact that he averages 61.22 in the second innings and 89.23 in India’s successful run chases. Being at the third spot in the Indian team, he has helped to score big or has shown magic with his bat when one of the openers failed to perform.
On the contrary, we have Joseph Root who is an English international cricketer, the current captain of the England Test team. He was named in the ‘Team of the Tournament’ for the 2019 World Cup by the ICC. He is known as England’s run machine over the years. Joe Root was the glue that held their famed batting together through the tournament. The Yorkshire batsman finished as the fifth-highest run-scorer of the tournament, with 556 runs from 11 innings. Root’s flawless technique and ability to keep the scoreboard moving by rotating the strike and finding the boundaries when required makes him a perfect No.3.
Kohli and Root are extremely deserving to be the top middle-order batsman for their contribution towards the team. It is highly impossible for us to pick the best one. Please help us choose.