IND vs ENG: Former England captain Nasih Hussain makes ‘offensive’ statement about Virat Kohli and his team

India captain Virat Kohli may not have scored in person, but under his captaincy, the team is performing well. After winning the Test series in Australia under Kohli’s leadership, Team India defeated England at home and then entered the final of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC). India have now taken a 1-0 lead in the five-match Test series on the England tour. The third Test between India and England will start in Leeds starting August 25. Following the impressive performance of the Virat Kohli-led Indian team, former England captain Nasser Hussain has also praised the current Indian team and its aggressiveness. He said the current Indian team is not like that, it can be harassed or harassed. Kohli may not be famous on international teams or his fans, but Hussein said he was “the right person at the right time” to lead India.

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Nasir Hussain, in his column for the Daily Mail, said: “Virat Kohli is the best player at this time. When Tim Paine says “Wait, we’ll meet you in Gabba, that will make the Indian team even more excited.” Made more aggressive.

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Cricketer-commentator Nasser Hussain thinks Virat Kohli is also sometimes delusional and needs to be reminded that he “doesn’t run the game”. He said the attack on Virat Kohli was like destroying the opposing team. He would do the same for any team he plays. I think most people don’t like it. Even the English audience doesn’t like it but they don’t bother with it. They may try to cross the border. It may not be nice to see. As I said, I would love to see the excitement and aggression of cricketers at the limit.

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