The best of Virat Kohli is yet to come: An unusual “Kumar Sangakkara” claim on an India star is made by an ex-Pakistan captain

As the star of Team India prepares for his return to Test cricket against Australia. The former captain of Pakistan made an unusual comment about Virat Kohli.

Virat Kohli, the star of Team India, made an excellent comeback last year in the Asia Cup when he scored an unbeaten 122 against Afghanistan, ending a long wait for an international century.

Kohli has scored three more runs since then, all in one-day internationals. He will be looking to continue his consistent run in the game’s longest format. In the previous Test series against Bangladesh, the former captain of India played poorly.

However, Kohli has gained momentum with the bat since then, scoring centuries against Sri Lanka and New Zealand.

Salman Butt, a former Pakistan captain, has made an unusual comment about the 34-year-old batter as Kohli prepares for India’s return to the longest format of the game on February 9 (Border-Gavaskar Trophy).

Butt drew parallels to the legendary batter Kumar Sangakkara of Sri Lanka, who believes that Kohli has yet to unleash his “best.”

In a video that was uploaded to his YouTube channel, he stated, “Virat Kohli’s best is yet to come.”
He has regained his fluency, but not his full flow.

He had golden years when he couldn’t be stopped. The way Kumar Sangakkara played toward the end of his career was simply remarkable. Butt stated, “He didn’t play the same way when he was younger.”

Butt stated that Kohli knows himself best when discussing the batter’s workload management.
“Players are put under pressure by the excessive amount of international cricket played in modern cricket.” Smart players focus on their preferred format.

They will be able to continue their class once that occurs. Therefore, Kohli is the one who will be responsible for determining his future. However, I believe his best will return,” the former Pakistan captain stated.

India, who currently hold the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, will compete against Pat Cummins’ Australian team in an effort to win it back.

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