It’s improbable that Virat Kohli will play in the final three Test matches against England.
Mohammed Shami, an Indian bowler, referred to Virat Kohli as the world’s greatest hitter. In 2020 and 2021, the 35-year-old had a difficult time, and many former cricket players decided to abandon his illustrious career. But the batsman from Delhi came back stronger than ever, finishing as the top run scorer in both the subcontinent’s ODI World Cup and the T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia. In the process, he also hit 50 ODI hundreds, the most by any cricket player in the history of the sport.
For personal reasons, Kohli is currently not playing for the Indian squad. Given India’s dismal batting performance in the first two games, it is somewhat alarming that he may miss the final three Test matches against England as well. The hosts won in Visakhapatnam because to some individual genius, but there is still much space for development in terms of batting.
Shami also referred to Rohit Sharma as the most hazardous batter at the same time. Rohit, also referred to as the “Hitman,” did a fantastic job leading his team into most of the matches during the ODI World Cup. To put it mildly, he had an incredible strike rate of 125.94 while scoring 597 runs in 11 games.
“The world’s best batsman is Virat Kohli.” He just shattered numerous records. Although I think Virat is the greatest, I would argue that Rohit Sharma is the world’s most dangerous batter, Shami told News18.
Shami called Rohit Sharma the most dangerous batsman at the same moment. Rohit, often known as the “Hitman,” did a great job at the ODI World Cup, setting a good early pace for the most of the team’s matches. To put it mildly, he scored 597 runs in 11 games with a whopping strike average of 125.94.
“Virat Kohli is the best batsman in the world,” he recently broke multiple records. Though I believe Virat to be the greatest, I also believe Rohit Sharma to be the most dangerous batter in the world “Shami remarked News18.