According to Australian spin legend, Shane Warne, Virat Kohli might not be the best captain in the world in terms of tactics but he certainly is the best leader of men. Warne admittedly is a big Virat Kohli fan. Over and again, he has expressed his adulation for the 30 years old Indian skipper. Virat Kohli, a while back, became the first captain to lead India to bilateral Test and ODI triumphs in Australia.
The former leg-spinner termed Kohli as the "best leader of men." Shane Warne was quoted as saying by NDTV, "I think he (Virat Kohli) is the best leader of the team at the moment. There is a difference between captaincy, tactics and the leader of the team."
Warne, who took 708 Test and 293 ODI wickets added, "I am a huge Virat Kohli fan. I think he is great for the game of cricket. He leads his team so well. Tactically it's very hard to split. I think Tim Paine, Kane Williamson from New Zealand are very good tactically as well. So I think it's very hard to say if there are any standout captains but I would say the best leader of men at the moment is definitely Virat Kohli."
Virat Kohli is likely to be back in the team for the home ODI series against Australia. He was rested from the team for the last two ODIs and T20I series against the Black Caps.