Match Tied (Royal Challengers Bangalore win one-over eliminator)
Without a shadow of doubt, Indian skipper Virat Kohli is one of the finest cricketers of the modern day cricket. Having an average of 54.97 in 84 Tests, 59.85 in 245 ODIs and 50.80 in 82 T20Is, he rarely fails to perform. On top of that, his ability to lead the unit with passion brings a lot of energy to the table.
Reviewing his prowess, the former Indian cricketer, Sanjay Manjrekar recently compared the captaincy of Virat Kohli with former Pakistani icon Imran Khan. The 57-year old said that the Indian team under the leadership of Kohli reminds him of Pakistan under Imran Khan. To highlight Imran’s prowess, it is important to particularly mention the example of 1992 World Cup as Pakistan defeated all odds to win the mega-event under the talismanic leadership of Imran Khan.
Highlighting the ability of Imran to transform Pakistan into a unit with immense confidence and self-belief, Sanjay further added that India seems to have gained that confidence as they find ways to win even from losing positions. Moreover, the 54-year old wants to see the men in blue continuing their dominance in the cricketing world.