There is no doubt that Indian captain Kohli and top Australian batsman Smith are the two top cricketers of the current time. Both of these have been continuously achieving new achievements, which leads to a debate on who is better among these two.
Australian opener David Warner admits that Virat Kohli and Steve Smith alike boost their teams’ morale, but the two’s passion and passion for batting is different from each other. There is no doubt that Indian captain Kohli and top Australian batsman Smith are the two top cricketers of the current era. Both of these have been continuously achieving new achievements, which leads to a debate on who is better among these two.
Warner said in ‘Cricbuzz in Conversation’ from Harsha Bhogle, “Virat’s passion and passion to score runs is different than Steve’s.” He said that Kohli collects runs to weaken the opposition team, while Smith’s own batting Enjoy
He said, ‘Steve goes to hit the ball at the crease, he sees similar things. He wants to hit the balls hard at the crease, he does not want to be out. He enjoys them. ”Warner feels that Kohli is aware that if he stays at the crease, his team will reach the top.
He said, “Virat definitely does not want to be out, but he knows that if he spends some time at the crease, he will get a lot of runs fast.” He will try to dominate you. It helps the incoming player, there are many players in the Indian team, who can be fantastic. ‘
The Australian opener also said that both the players are mentally strong and if they play a good inning, it boosts the morale of the whole team. He said, “When it comes to cricket, both are mentally strong. Both like to score runs at the crease.
Warner said, “If they score runs, then the morale of the whole team increases as their morale increases. If they get out cheaply, then everyone on the field feels that now we all have to do well. This is a very strange situation.