Virat Kohli’s childhood coach said – he knows what he wants

Virat and Co. present in South Africa is preparing for the upcoming Test series. The first match between the two teams will be played from December 26. Virat Kohli and Rahul Dravid The pair would like to taste victory in the Test series for the first time by defeating the Proteas team on their soil. Before the start of this series, Virat Kohli’s childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma has given a statement that Kohli is very clear about what he wants from his team.

Virat Kohli lives clear

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli’s aggressive attitude makes him different from others. Now his childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma believes that it is the responsibility of the head coach of the team to understand the leadership style of the captain he is going to work with. Both should cooperate with each other to move the team forward. Talking to Khelneeti, Rajkumar Sharma said,

“Every captain has a different style and a coach has to adjust to that. MS Dhoni was the captain before Kohli took over. No one needed to say much to him because he ran the team very well, and he was not very expressive either. Kohli, on the other hand, is very aggressive and he is clear about what he wants from his team.

Virat Kohl’s hunger for runs has increased

Virat Kohli

Indian team captain Virat Kohli (Virat Kohl) has been struggling with the bat for the last two years. He hasn’t got a century with his bat from 50+ innings. There is a discussion all around about his form. Now Kohli’s childhood coach has said that the hunger for runs has increased in him. Kohli said,

“Virat’s hunger to score runs has increased. He has not been able to score big for some time. When he takes on the top opposition team, his preparation is always good and he prepares his team in the same way. Kohli is a favorite of BCCI. He has been leading for many years and is the most responsible representative of BCCI.”