Former Indian skipper Virat Kohli is known for his fierce action on the field. Looking at his aggression and anger on the field, many team cricketers, and sometimes his teammates, never want to clash with or go near him. The new season of the Indian Premier League is about to start, and before that, RCB is running a podcast in which they are interviewing their star player. They started season 2 with Virat Kohli, then skipper Faf du Plessis and now Dinesh Karthik.
Talking to the RCB Podcast, Dinesh Karthik revealed that Kohli is very chill with young cricketers and bowlers. As a person, what he has achieved is exceptional. His consistency in World cricket made him dominant, and he carried the team for over ten years.
“What he has achieved as a person…he has carried the team for the last ten years. His consistency and mastery over the game.I don’t think anybody has achieved it in the world of cricket for a very, very long time. His dominance for about close to a decade is unparalleled. We have to understand that there are three different formats, and playing three different formats is difficult, and then there he is, averaging 50 in all of them, travelling abroad scoring as well. I can speak about him a lot. He is very chill, very easy, with the bowlers, the young guys,” said Karthik on RCB Podcast.
Further speaking on Kohli, Dinesh Karthik stated that Kohli is a very caring person behind the scenes. We have a nice equation, and he likes him a lot. He deserves whatever he has because he has earned it all. Although, Kohli became mature and could handle the situation smiling, which was wonderful for the team and the teammates.
“I have a nice equation with Kohli, and I like him. The way he’s able to handle the situation right now gives him a lot of credit for that, and he still has a smile on his face. I give him a lot of respect. The love and affection he’s getting from the world he deserves, and it is good to see him in good spirits. You know he is a very, very emotional, caring, and reactive person,” RCB wicketkeeper batter further added.