- Highlights1Virat Kohli said the culture of friendship and mutual respect has helped Team India2We do not think of each other as seniors or juniors: Virat Kohli3Jayant Yadav, Karun Nair, Rishabh Pant, Kuldeep Yadav and Hardik Pandya have come out and delivered like prosVirat Kohli is the epitome of a new India – aggressive, confident and passionate.
- India have now won eight successive Test series and sit comfortably on top of the ICC rankings.Kohli is arguably the most successful leader in modern-day cricket but he continues to be a buddy, a friend and a confidante.
- After MS Dhoni’s retirement in December 2014, the Indian cricket team has been largely populated by younger men, who have only learnt the finer points of their trade over the last couple of years under the astute stewardship of their captain.
- And that has resulted in more dynamic performances – the likes of Jayant Yadav, Karun Nair, Rishabh Pant, Kuldeep Yadav and Hardik Pandya have come out and delivered like hardened pros.
- India, consequently, is a force to be reckoned with in world cricket today – not just for its financial might but because of the supremacy of its team.