Kapil Dev told how Virat Kohli can become the most dangerous batsman

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Kapil Dev

π•π•šπ• π•‹π•§π•§π•šπ•Ÿπ•–π•– – Whenever it comes to the batting department, the Indian cricket team has got a lot of match-winning symbols.

Some of them are like – Sunil Gavaskar, Krishnamachari Srikkanth, Dilip Vengsarkar, Mohammad Azharuddin, Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag,Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly.

Virat Kohli, the current captain and best batsman of the same Indian cricket team, has registered his name in the indispensable list of Indian cricket batsmen.

While Indian captain Kohli has also completed his 10 years in international cricket in the year 2020. The 32-year-old veteran batsman has already registered 70 international centuries in his name.

With more than 10,000 ODI runs and is also the highest run-scorer in cricket in T20. However, Kapil Dev said that Virat Kohli still has some things to become the world’s most dangerous batsman.

In this regard, the 61-year-old all-rounder cricketer said, “If you look at Virat Kohli and Steve Smith, they are both in the same boat.” Because they have reached the same age where the eyes start to weaken.

Both of them like to play batsman cross very much. Both of which can be candidates for being an LBW. You are the best for 28 to 34 years but you have to adjust your vision a lot.

Kapil Dev told how Virat Kohli can become the most dangerous batsman - JioTvvinee
Kapil Dev told how Virat Kohli can become the most dangerous batsman

Kapil Dev said during a conversation with 2 senior sports writer and journalist Ayaz Memon on the day of the 18th Hindustan Times Leadership.

He further said that what happened to Virender Sehwag and Rahul Dravid? What happened to such great cricketers?

Once the eyes become weak, then they cannot keep themselves right from their technical form. And for this reason, they go out very often.

Kapil Dev said that look at Williamson and Joe Root to see how solid they play because they do not bat both crosses.