Indian skipper Virat Kohli has impinged himself as one of the greatest batsmen to have ever graced this beautiful game and he has done that through sheer hard work, relentless grit, immaculate fitness, and of course, the sheer hunger for runs.
Kohli, 32, may not have scored an international ton across formats since November 2019, but the charismatic Indian batsman still remains the highest century-maker among all active cricketers of the current era.
The champion cricketer has accumulated as many as 70 international tons since making his debut in 2008 and he remains the only batsman to average in excess of 50 across all three formats.
Besides being a juggernaut with the bat, what separates Virat Kohli from the rest is his passion, his intensity, and his desire to win every single game he features in.
On the field, Kohli with his antics is a pure box-office and a crowd puller.
And, it’s not only the cricketing folklore that remains in awe of Virat, the former cricketers are also equally swayed by his persona.
The latest to join the bandwagon is the legendary West Indian pacer, Sir Curtly Ambrose.
Ambrose, in a Youtube show hosted by model Karishma Kotak, has described Virat Kohli as a classy cricketer, someone who is easy on the eye and whom one would love to pay to watch.
“Wonderful cricketer. I’m a big fan. Kohli is one of those guys that you will pay to watch. He’s so classy and easy on the eye. He’s just a wonderful cricketer in all formats. Great cricketer,” Curtly Ambrose said on The Curtly and Karishma Show on YouTube.
Meanwhile, Virat Kohli will be looking to end his century drought during the upcoming English summer where he will lead Team India in the all-important ICC World Test Championship final and a five-match Test series against England.