Here is when Virat Kohli will go shirtless on the field, reveals this former Indian skipper
The 'run machine' of Indian cricket team Virat Kohli is also known for his aggression on and off the field. Not just Virat Kohli, but there was one more Indian captain who was known for his aggression on the ground and it was none other than the Bengal Tiger of India Sourav Ganguly. And who can forget the iconic moment when Sourav Ganguly had gone shirtless at the Lords balcony after India's famous victory in the Natwest Trophy.
The 'dada' of the ground Sourav Ganguly feels that Virat Kohli is the right person to lead Indian team. He even said that Virat also has the ability to outdo or repeat his popular shirtless moment if the Indian squad manages to triumph the 2019 World Cup.
While talking about Virat Kohli as the captain the former Indian skipper said, “When we played, Indian cricket was different and the thinking was different and we had to take Indian cricket forward. When Dhoni came, he took it forward. Now during Virat’s time, he had an established team and he had to take it even further."
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“The best thing about Indian cricket is that we have had different role-models in different eras. It has been a step-by-step growth and we have created champions in different generations. Kohli is the role model now. If Virat wins the World Cup in 2019, he will roam around Oxford Street with his shirt off. Mark my words," Sourav Ganguly further said.