The 'run machine' of India Virat Kohli has an exceptional commitment to the game of fame cricket. It was recently when Virat Kohli while talking to Gaurav Kapoor in the breakfast with the champion, had revealed that the moment he would stop contributing to the team or when he will be standing on the ground without any excitement he will take retirement from the cricket.
It is Virat Kohli and his commitment to the game that has given him many followers. Recently, it was former Pakistani speedster Shoaib Akhtar who had appreciated his batting skills. Now the Pakistani skipper Sarfraz Ahmed also praised Indian skipper Virat Kohli for his captaincy.
Recently, in a Television interview when Sarfraz Ahmed was asked, who is a better player between English skipper Joe Root and Indian captain Virat Kohli. Responding to the question Sarfraz chose Virat. When the anchor asked the reason behind his pick, he said well even though both the players are performing well in all format (ODI, Test, T20), but when it comes to physical fitness and fielding, then the Indian batsman beats English cricketer.
The Indian skipper recently completed his 50th international century. By doing so he became the 8th overall batsman to have the maximum number of centuries in international cricket. Virat Kohli had slammed three consecutive centuries in the on-going India-Sri Lanka series.
Currently, Virat Kohli has 52 centuries (ODI-32, Test-20, T20-0) on his name. Kohli is just one century away from the cricket great Brian Lara who has 53 century in international cricket. And with the way Virat Kohli is scripting history with his bat, it seems soon the player will surpass him.