Virat Kohli’s captaincy is often praised by his teammates and juniors. The way he motivates his colleagues is a well-known fact and he is respected by all for the same. Recently Kuldeep Yadav shared is experience with Kohli and how supportive his captain has been.
Kuldeep Yadav speaks about the captain
Kuldeep Yadav is one of the regular members of the Indian cricket team. While he is trusted by the captain, he hardly fails to deliver. He consistently maintains a lower economy rate in limited-overs cricket and gives important breakthroughs from time to time. In six Tests, Kuldeep has taken 24 wickets at an average of 24.1 and has taken 104 wickets in 60 ODIs at an average of 26.2. In 21 T20Is he has picked up 39 wickets at an average of 13.8. The statistics show why Virat Kohli trusts Yadav so much. Speaking with IANS, a news agency he recently shared how Virat Kohli believes him.
He said, “If your captain believes in you, giving your best on the field becomes easy. From Virat, we learn a lot of things like how to manage difficult situations. He never fails to motivate young players.”
Kohli’s best quality revealed
The 25-year-old recalled how Kohli backed him during his early days. He further added that Kohli understands the team and that is the best quality of the skipper. According to Kuldeep Yadav, this faith of captain makes the on-field job of players easier. He did not forget to mention that even now the captain ensures that Yadav gets support and motivation.
“I remember when I was new in the team, he backed me a lot. In fact, now also, he is always there for me. He always appreciates your skills and we have a great tuning together. The best quality of Virat is that he also understands the team and its player’s well which makes our job easy on field,” he said.
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