The aggression of the Indian captain Virat Kohli is one of the most discussed topics of the cricketing world. While some applaud the batting genius for his belligerent approach as it helps him to do well, others aren’t a fan of Virat Kohli acting in such a manner.
Recently, the debate has encompassed the former Pakistan cricketer Javed Miandad who believes that there is nothing wrong in the aggression of Kohli. The 62-year old, who represented Pakistan in 124 Test matches and 233 ODIs, defended Kohli by stating that Indian captain is counted among the humblest cricketers. He also wants Virat to continue his aggression as it works for him most of the times.
“Kohli is a classy player. He scores whenever he wants. His striking ability is also very impressive. But, the best thing about him is that he is humble. It is visible that he loves his cricket a lot and respects his fellow cricketers,” Miandad said while sharing his opinion on Virat’s behavior on the field.