England Vs India 2018, 1st Test: Steve Waugh Tags Virat Kohli as ‘Global Superstar’
The classic timer of the ball and the all-time legendary Australian former skipper, Steve Waugh was awestruck by the brilliance of Virat Kohli. He terms Virat Kohli as ‘Global Superstar’ as well after Team India skipper delivered a punch in the ongoing 1st Test in Birmingham. England Vs India 2018 Test series is fascinating and eventually the highlight owing to the duel of James Anderson and ‘King Kohli’.
The 29-year-old Kohli has squashed all the critics with his stupendous knock in first innings and then carrying the same form in the second innings as well. Meanwhile, waugh is highly impressed with Kohli.
Virat Kohli will break all records in world cricket: Steve Waugh
Waugh showered words of praise on Kohli. While hailing India’s run machine, Waugh termed Virat Kohli as global star and is optimistic about him breaking all the cricketing records.
In his post on Kohli, he added a couple of tags which read ”Ultimate competitor” and ”Passion”. It seems like Waugh has been mightily impressed with Kohli’s calibre.
In his latest Instagram post, Steve Waugh wrote ”This guy is a global superstar. Will break all records in world cricket. #Ultimatecompetitor #Passion”
Records that were broken by Virat Kohli during his knock of 149:
As Steven Waugh termed, the Indian skipper surpassed many records during his fantastic 149 in first innings. He became the quickest skipper in the world cricket to reach 7,000 international runs as captain.
He achieved the feat by surpassing Windies great Brian Lara. Kohli then achieved the second highest 50 to 100 conversion rate after Don Bradman.
England Vs India 2018, 1st Test: Team India required another 84 to win at Edgbaston; veteran Steve Waugh hails Virat Kohli, terms him as the ‘Global Superstar’.
In one of those surprise stats, Kohli joined six skippers in the cricket history to register the exact tally of 149. He also becomes the 5th Indian skipper to cross 50 in very first innings as skipper in the United Kingdom (UK).
Here is his post:
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