Virat Kohli is a newly selected captain of Indian national cricket team. The team is going to play a series with England in captaincy of Kohli. No doubt he is one of the best cricketers of the word. Here the below article ”Virat Kohli vs Glenn Maxwell Unstoppable Sixes” contains a video which compares him with one of the best batsman of the world, Gkenn Maxwell. Have a look on the video below and decide who is the best player of the era.
Virat Kohli vs Glenn Maxwell Unstoppable Sixes – 4 sixes in Over
Cricket evenings tend to blur into one another without leaving much of a residue in the mind. Pre-game practice sessions that is. The white ball keeps flying here and there, cries of ‘watch out’ ring the arena, and from a distance it seems everything seems a hit-and-giggle affair as the batsmen tend to just flex their muscles. Sometimes, just sometimes, you can sense a bit of gravitas in the proceedings. Like on Wednesday in Pune. The premise was the baton-passing moment between MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli but it felt too much to hope for anything to actually eventuate between the two in public in a training session.
Surely, they aren’t going to give dramatic visuals of intense chats that can be interpreted as ceremonial handover? Surprise, though, was in the air under a crimson Pune sky with rolling hills framing the ground.
Kohli and Dhoni started talking pretty early in the piece. They warmed-up for the practice together, standing near the boundary line, and began chatting. It continued for a good 10-15 minutes and continued as they jogged together. Not long after they finished the respective batting stints, they again joined together near the nets and went on and on. Dhoni with his hands loosely clasped behind his back, and Kohli, with his pads still on. Wave of arms from Dhoni, nod of heads from Kohli, and they went on like this for another 20 minutes. Most times, it would seem any interpretation of a chat would be pointless exaggeration but it felt somehow different out there last evening. Suffice here to say they weren’t just discussing the dinner plans.