- Former India skipper Virat Kohli shares a heartfelt post on Twitter for Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
- Virat said being Dhoni’s most “trusted deputy” was the most exciting and enjoyable period of his career.
- India’s high-stakes campaign with Pakistan is scheduled to take place on August 28th.
Former India skipper Virat Kohli took to Twitter to thank Mahendra Singh Dhoni. His post read, “Our partnerships would always be special to me forever. 7+18”. He thanked the talismanic elder for his “friendship and belief” in him.
Being this man’s trusted deputy was the most enjoyable and exciting period in my career. Our partnerships would always be special to me forever. 7+18 ❤️ pic.twitter.com/PafGRkMH0Y— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) August 25, 2022
The most joyful and exciting time of Virat Kohli’s career was when he served as MS Dhoni’s “trusted deputy,” he said in a poignant message for his former skipper.
"I've always said this and I will say it again, you will always be my Captain," #TeamIndia Skipper @imVkohli pays his tribute to @msdhoni who announced his retirement from international cricket at 1929 hours yesterday.#ThankYouMSD pic.twitter.com/U6uWlow4lB— BCCI (@BCCI) August 16, 2020
Even after Kohli took the reigns of leadership, he and Dhoni appeared to be getting along well and frequently praised one another.
After taking a temporary sabbatical from international cricket, Virat Kohli, who is now going through a hard patch, is expected to make a comeback for Team India in the Asia Cup.
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Kohli has rested ahead of India’s tour of England ended in mid-July, and has played just in four T20s. He has scored 81 runs since the T20 World Cup in the UAE (United Arab Emirates) last year. He also had a sub-par performance in the IPL last season, making 341 runs at a strike rate of 116.
On August 28, India’s campaign will get underway with a high-stakes match against Pakistan.
For the first time since the 10-wicket defeat in Dubai last year, Team India will square up against their arch-rivals, but Sharma claims that this time will be different.