With the ongoing cricket period being blessed with a plethora of sensational batters, it is only natural to see a debate on the best batsman of the world. The likes of Steve Smith, Virat Kohli, Babar Azam, Kane Williamson and Joe Root are always found produce elite batting outings to garner massive admiration.
Recently, former Australian cricketer Dean Jones joined this debate while calling the Indian skipper the best of the lot. He believes that Kohli has worked on every single aspect of his game which makes him such a successful cricketer. Conducting a question and answer session with his followers on Twitter, the 59-year old cricketer answered a query of a follower regarding the best batsman debate.
Dean Jones didn’t shy away from admitting that Virat Kohli comes out as the best batter across the three formats. It is important to note that the 31-year old cricketer averages 53.62 in Tests, 59.33 in ODIs and 50.80 in T20Is, making him the only cricketer to average more than 50 in all the three formats of the game.