Leading India in World Cup would be my biggest achievement: Virat
New Delhi: Virat Kohli is all set to fill the shoes of Mahendra Singh Dhoni as the skipper of Indian Cricket team. Being played three World Cups (including two World T20s) under the leadership of MSD, Virat to BCCI.tv said captaining in the World Cup would be the biggest achievement of his life.
Test skipper was handed over the captaincy in all formats of Cricket after the sudden quitting of Dhoni as a captain.
“Just hearing about the World Cup gives me goose bumps. I have played one and I have played couple of T20 World Cups but to play a World Cup as captain of India would be the biggest achievement of my life,” said Virat to bcci.tv.
What else Indian run-machine Virat Kohli said?
- I have learnt a lot from Mahi in terms of leadership, in terms of conducting myself how to take the team together.
- I am very grateful to his contribution in the whole process as well.
- For every child it is a dream to just play for the country and this is the biggest day of my life.
- Captaining in shortest format is very difficult, and to keep coming back in that requires different set of thinking, requires you to think out of the box, which MS has done wonderfully for so many years.
- Responsibility makes me better player, better person, make me understand the game much more