Virat Kohli is back to his best in white-ball cricket. The centuries are flowing again as the former India captain dominates the bowling attacks. Bangladesh and Sri Lanka witnessed Kohli’s greatness in the ODIs. While he hit one century in Bangladesh, he returned with two against Dasun Shanaka’s team.
In the third game against Sri Lanka, he scored 166 runs off 110 balls to lead India to a 317-run victory.
He made a gesture towards a special trio from the Indian team, crediting them for the team’s success.
The hard work of the support staff never gets noticed, and the credit is always given to players.
The 34-year-old introduced India’s three support staff members – Raghu, Nuwan, and Daya – who work as throwdown specialists for the Indian team on BCCI TV.
“You know Raghu, as we have spoken about him a lot. Then there is Nuwan. He is from Sri Lanka but has become more Indian now. And Daya. They are the ones who give us world-class practice every day. They challenge us in the nets like any 145+ or 150 kmph bowler would do. A lot of credit for my success goes to these guys. Their contributions have been immense. You should remember their faces and names because their efforts are behind our success in international cricket,” he said.