“Greatest Of All Time and that’s KING KOHLI” – Twitter reacts after Rahul Dravid said “Virat Kohli is incredible, his preparation is a lesson for all the youngsters, he looks more hungry and to do well for the team”

Former Indian captain Virat Kohli recently hogged the limelight after he scored his 72nd century in international cricket. He accomplished the landmark by smashing his 44th ODI century in the third ODI against Bangladesh.

Moreover, Kohli also went on to end his ODI century drought after a long gap of 40 months and it was so good to see him attaining peak levels. In the process, he also became the No.8 batsman in ICC ODI Rankings.

Virat Kohli is currently part of the ongoing Test series against the Bangladesh cricket team. The first Test series is being staged at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chattogram.

Rahul Dravid heaps praise on Virat Kohli at the press conference

India’s head coach Rahul Dravid reserved the highest respect for Virat Kohli at the press conference. While addressing the reporters, the former Indian cricketer labelled Virat Kohli “incredible”.

He further added that Kohli’s preparation is a great lesson for all the young players. Last but not least, Dravid echoed that Kohli looks more hungry and does well for the Indian cricket team.

Meanwhile, Kohli failed miserably in the first innings of the first against Bangladesh. The right-handed batsman who faced four balls and scored one run was dismissed on the fifth ball he faced in the innings.

Taijul Islam got rid of the world-class batsman by pitching the ball at the right line and length as he ended up deceiving Kohli by producing a sharp turn at the last second.

As a result, Kohli was dismissed leg before wicket for just one run. Kohli will be looking forward to doing well in the second innings after failing to switch gears in the first innings.

Meanwhile, Team India posted 404 in the first innings, thanks to Cheteshwar Pujara and Shreyas Iyer who scored 90 and 86 runs respectively. On the other end, Bangladesh ended Day 2 with 133/8 in 44 overs.

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