Virat Kohli - Captain of the Indian Cricket Team was not as excited about his team's success at South Africa after he received the International Cricket Council Test Championship for the second time in a row. The mace was presented to Virat Kohli at the end of a victorious limited overs campaign.
India won a Twenty-20 series 2-1 and a one-day international series 5-1. But, it was a reminder to the Captain that South Africa won a test series at the start of the tour even though it ranked second. He said that they are still 80% as he looked towards some challenges in the coming tours to Australia and England. He said that he will be more satisfied when the team would be able to achieve what they had expected in the two tours. In order to become a world-class side, you have to be 100 percent. ICC rankings' cut off date will come in April and India can surely not be surpassed. India also earned a million dollars in prize money apart from the mace and the honor. Kohli is leaving SA after his remarkable battling and no-limits captaincy style. No captain in the recent era has made a more remarkable impact than Kohli, who asserted on arrival that he feared neither the opposition nor any conditions. Kohli was the leading run-scorer in both the tests and the one-day games.
By: Neha Maheshwari