Pak Superstar Praises Kohli: If There Is A Synonym For Selflessness Its Name Is Virat: Former Pakistani superstar Danish Kaneria praised former Indian skipper Virat Kohli. Danish Kaneria says that even after being removed from the captaincy, Virat played well for India and supported Rohit Sharma.
Virat Kohli was removed from the captaincy last year. After this, the actor slipped into form. Virat was heavily criticized by his fans during his poor performances.
There were comments from the fans that Virat should retire from cricket and the team should drop him.
But it was like an answer to all this when the player performed well in the Asia Cup and T20 World Cup and came back. After this, Danish Kaneria is praising Virat.
The actor says this in a video shared on his YouTube channel.
‘When talking about players who play selflessly on the field, there is no one more prominent than Virat Kohli. The team led by Virat lost the World Cup and he had to step down as captain.
Many questioned his place on the team. But he didn’t give up. He gave all his support to the new captain. Moreover, he was willing to change his position and play according to the captain’s instructions,’ Kaneria added.
Earlier, Pakistan legends Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis had said that Virat’s passion for cricket was immense and after losing the captaincy, he did not stay away from cricket or quit the team but was improving as a batsman.
‘Had it been any other player, he would have lost interest in cricket after losing the captaincy. But he didn’t even try to think about it. There has been no change in Virat’s intense style of play either.
Instead of causing a problem, he welcomed the decision. If I am out of the captaincy, it will not be a big problem for me. Virat said that I will perform well as a batsman and as a fielder,’ said Akram in an interview with ASports.
“If someone is out of the Pakistan team as captain, he will go straight home. “I have not seen a single Pakistani player playing with the team as a player after being removed from the captaincy,” said Waqar Younis.