IND vs ENG: Nasin Hussain, who convinced Virat Kohli’s leadership – players want such a hero

Team India may not have won a single ICC title under the leadership of Indian captain Virat Kohli, but despite this he has made unprecedented achievements for the country as a captain. His leadership is convincing not only in India but all over the world. There is praise everywhere for leading the team to victory in the Second Test at Lord’s against England. Former England captain Nasser Hussain is also influenced by the Virat leadership. Virat is currently praising the Indian captain for being the most deserving person at the moment to take control of this magnificent team in India.

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In the Daily Mail column, Hussein said, “Team India players, especially bowlers, want an aggressive captain. He wants to continue the passion work in Kohli’s team, as he did effectively during that spectacular victory at the Lord’s. In this match, India came back strongly and won, despite losing to England on the fifth day. With the win, the team took a 1-0 lead in the five-match Test series.

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Hossein says, ‘Kohli has been impacting opposition teams due to aggression, and has created an atmosphere of winning a Test series after 14 years on the England ground. They want to get rid of the front squad completely because of their aggressiveness. Somewhere it has a psychological effect. Hussein said here that many people do not want to play against him, especially British supporters. The third Test of the series between the two teams will be played at Headingley’s Leeds ground on Wednesday 25 August.

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