Virat Kohli is all set on the way to register his name his name as one of the greats in the modern day cricket. At the pace at which he is scoring runs, no records seem unsurmountable for him. The way he has transformed him as a person since he made his first appearance in the national side has astonished many cricket experts.
The raw aggression in him has now converted into a subdued calm which gives the audience a belief that he is going to win games for India. It is the same aggression which ignites in him the hunger to score big each and every time he goes out to bat. We at the SportsRush analyze why Indians are die-hard fans of Virat.
1) Commitment for the game.
Sunil Gavaskar once said that “To become a good player you need talent but to become a great player you need to have attitude like Virat Kohli.”
Kohli played a crucial Ranji match in 2006, despite the fact that his father passed away the same day. He scored 90 runs in the match against Karnataka. This incident clearly shows his love and commitment towards the game. The same commitment is reflected each and every time he is there on the field.
His body language on the field and the confidence with which he carries himself on the field causes jitters in the opposition camp. Surely this attitude has helped him to reach where he is today.