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“Finally people are realising that Virat Kohli is the most complete player of our generation”-Twitter reacts as Greg Chappel said that Virat Kohli is the most complete Indian batsman of his time

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In a recent editorial that he wrote for an Australian publication, Greg Chappell, a cricket legend from Australia who coached India and was also great for his country, could not stop complimenting star Indian batter, Virat Kohli.

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Chappell has said that Kohli is the most complete batsman to come out of India during his era. On Sunday, Kohli scored 82 runs without being dismissed to lead India to victory against their bitter rivals Pakistan and get India off to a good start in the Twenty20 World Cup 2022. (October 23).

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It was a knock that heralded the return of Kohli of old and Chappell has called it one of the best T20 innings of all time. It was a knock that proclaimed the comeback of Kohli of old. Chappell continued by drawing parallels between Virat Kohli and Tiger Pataudi, the previous captain of the Indian cricket team, and said that only Kohli has the bravery and intelligence to move his imagination beyond the mortal blueprint.

At the ICC Twenty20 World Cup 2022, India will meet South Africa in their third match of the Super 12 stage to move closer to a spot in the semifinals of the tournament.

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The current form shown by Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, and Suryakumar Yadav must make India very pleased. The only thing that will matter for India is how KL Rahul performs. On Saturday, the Indian batting coach Vikram Rathour said that he would play in the match against South Africa and will be backed by the team. He claimed that the moment Rahul begins middling the ball, he would start playing the role of an aggressor.

“Kohli played an innings that was as close to a ‘song by god’ as has ever been played in T20 cricket. Like a cat playing with a new skein of wool, Kohli teased then expertly picked apart an excellent Pakistan bowling attack until it lay unravelled, spent and exposed on the green carpet of the MCG,” Chappell wrote in a column for ‘The Sydney Morning Herald.

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