‘There’s so much to learn’ – Marnus Labuschagne hails Virat Kohli as a world-class player
Virat has been an icon for the young generation. He has just revolutionized not only his game but also his fitness and the brand value he carries in today’s time.
Updated - Aug 6, 2020 5:20 pm
Time passes by, players come and go, the cricket world moves on, but what is remembered in this world are always the legends of the game. Some are given the legend tag after they retire and some are given while they are playing the game. Virat Kohli is one such cricketer who has been given the legend tag now itself. He has been one of the finest cricketers of the modern era.
Young dynamite of Australian cricket Marnus Labuschagne has hailed Virat Kohli as a world-class batsman and praised the Indian captain for his extraordinary game in all formats of the game. The youngster has had a stupendous time playing cricket in the year 2019.
Marnus came to limelight after becoming the first concussion substitute for Steve Smith in the Ashes last year. He ended the year 2019 as the top run-scorer in Test cricket which included a mesmerizing inning of 275 against New Zealand later the same year.
Marnus Labuschagne lauds Kohli’s batting average across all formats
Marnus praised Kohli immensely for having 50 plus batting average in all formats of the game. “He averages 53 in Test cricket, 59 in ODIs, and 50 in T20Is. If that’s not a world-class player, then I don’t know who is… There are so many things about his good game. That said, I try and imbibe the good from all batters, not just the top guys. There’s so much to learn,” said Labuschagne as quoted by Sportstar.
Kohli has been an icon for the young generation. He has just revolutionized not only his game but also his fitness and the brand value he carries in today’s time. He is undoubtedly a legend of this game as believed by many in the cricket fraternity.
Kohli has just got better with time and has become one of the greatest glories of Indian cricket after the greats like Sachin Tendulkar, whom the country could rejoice and celebrate. He is setting high trends standards with every game he plays, which would be tough for other cricketers to match.