Former Sri Lankan team captain Kumar Sangakkara believes that Virat Kohli could be the greatest cricketer after former Australian batsman Sir Donald Bradman. Bradman is widely acknowledged as the greatest batsman of all time. Not only Sangakkara, but all the great players of the world have accepted Virat Kohli as a strong batsman.
Kumar Sangakkara said in RK Shaw, “Virat is phenomenally fit. I know and I have seen his great commitment and surrender. How to be the best, physically, mentally and efficiently in the field and on the field Surrender has been seen outside. He has the chance to become perhaps the greatest after Sir Don Bradman. ” No batsman has consistently performed as consistently as Virat Kohli in all three formats.
When it comes to data on formats (Test, ODI and T20), Virat Kohli is at the top of the game with him. At the age of just 31, he has scored 70 centuries and 104 fifties in international cricket. With 43 centuries to his name, he is in the second place in the list of most centuries in ODIs. He is the only player in the world to score runs in all three formats of the game with an average of over 50.
Recently, Captain Ken Williamson of New Zealand also praised the captain of the Indian team. Williamson called him a standard carrier for batting in all formats of cricket. Not only the Kiwi captain and now the Sri Lankan great, but all the great cricketers have proved Virat Kohli as the greatest player of the last decade. Joe Root, Steve Smith, Kane Williamson and Babar Azam do compete with them, but they are far away from them.