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‘Most senior players’: Virat Kohli astonished on becoming pillars of Team India along with Rohit Sharma

‘Most senior players’: Virat Kohli astonished on becoming pillars of Team India along with Rohit Sharma

It has been over 14 years since both Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have featured alongside each other in the Indian team. Both batters have two of the most influential figures in the team.

Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, two of the most senior players in the Indian cricket team, have been the pillars of the national team for many years. Recently, Virat Kohli expressed his admiration for Rohit Sharma’s growth as a player and his leadership skills. Kohli even acknowledged his and Rohit’s veteran positions within the squad.

In a heartwarming display of mutual respect, Kohli made a candid remark that underscored the unexpected nature of their positions. Despite not initially anticipating their veteran roles, Kohli expressed immense satisfaction with their shared journey.

During a recent social event, Kohli expressed, “Honestly, it never crossed my mind that Rohit and I would become the two most senior players in the Indian team.”

Virat Kohli lauds Rohit Sharma

During the event, Kohli didn’t hold back lauding his Indian captain. Kohli’s voice resonated with pride as he spoke about Rohit’s journey. He expressed admiration for Rohit’s development as a cricketer, remarking on the impressive way Rohit has flourished throughout his career. “Seeing his growth as a player and what he has done in his career and now how he is leading the team (India) as well– it’s been amazing,” Kohli said, encapsulating Rohit’s remarkable transformation in a nutshell.

This exchange not only highlighted the mutual respect between these two cricketing stalwarts but also serves as a reminder of their invaluable contributions to the Indian cricket.


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