Success in the last four years has driven Virat Kohli to a different level "mentally" and the Indian skipper would like to show the British public in the upcoming Test series why he is eulogized as the best player in the world, says head coach Ravi Shastri. With scores of 1, 8, 25, 0, 39, 28, 0,7, 6 and 20 in five Tests, Kohli averaged a horrendous 13.50 in his 10 innings during the 2014 England Tour.
Coming into the upcoming series, all eyes are on Kohli, who has evolved as one of the finest batsmen in the world in the last four years. "Look at his (Kohli's) record. I don't have to spell out what he has done in the last four years. When you perform in that fashion, you are mentally at a different level as well. You are waiting for whatever test comes your way," Shastri told Espncricinfo.
"Yes, he might have had an ordinary series when he came here four years ago. But four years down the line he is the best player in the world. And he would like to get out there and show the British public why he is the best player in the world." Shastri said he believes in playing aggressive brand of cricket, which is a prerequisite to come out on top in a tough tour, like England.
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