England vs India 2018: Virat Kohli is a World Class Player and Leads by Example – Fakhar Zaman
It was a brilliant performance by Virat Kohli-led team India, as they bounced back strongly in the five-match Test series after registering a 203-run win at Trent Bridge.
It was a brilliant all-round performance by the visiting team which not many would have predicted especially after India’s dismal performance in the Lord’s Test. However, they showed the character and came out with flying colours in the third Test to keep the series alive.
Captain Virat Kohli yet again was the top scorer for India. He missed his second ton of the series in the first innings by a whisker. However, the India captain got second time lucky and smashed his 23rd ton in the 2nd innings.
He also led the team admirably and took a few vital decisions which had an outcome in the match. However, Kohli still needs to improve as a skipper but he always loves leading from the front. That is the biggest positive to have from Kohli.
Fakhar Zaman says Virat Kohli is a world-class batsman
Pakistan opening batsman Fakhar Zaman who has been one of their premier batsmen in the recent past was recently asked in an interview with Sky Sports that how impressed he has been seeing Virat Kohli in the ongoing Test series. He stated undoubtedly Virat Kohli is a world-class batsman and he sets the example for the rest to follow.
“There is no doubt that Virat Kohli is a world-class player who sets a fine example for all to follow with his hard work and his batting. I for one really enjoy watching Virat Kohli bat and I feel that I learn a lot by watching this master batsman at work,” Fakhar Zaman was quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
Virat Kohli has been a sensational performer for India across all three formats of the game. In the opening Test in Edgbaston, Virat was the only batsman who took India close to a victory.
None of the batters were able to give him ample support. Fakhar Zaman, on the other hand, is trying to find his feet in the longest format. He has already made a name for himself in the limited-overs formats.