As per the CRICKET NEWS Virat kohli is in the topmost form of his life and is not leaving any chance to showcase his talent and bring the difference between him and the other players that are playing with him too.


On this contrary Joe Root one of the most consistent batsmen of England Team said that:

"The amount of runs Kohli scored this series, if you take those away, it's a completely different series," said Joe Root at the end of the second day's play at the Wankhede in Mumbai. The words were almost the same as what Alastair Cook had spoken in Vizag. If there was a Man of the Series award to be given at this point, England's players will probably be unanimous in awarding it to Kohli already. Such has been the impact of his 552 runs so far in this series.


Virat is playing consistently for his side and scoring runs at regular intervals no matter which side is he playing with he will always make the difference count on his behalf, he is currently called as the living legend and the youth icon for India.


Fitness goals of Virat kohli is of topmost priorities in the game on and off the field, so he considers that the player who is fit by means will definitely look good in the pitch in terms of his playing habits and the amount of hard work he will put in to do the same.


"One good thing is we all understand each other's game very well, the top four at least. So we know what to do exactly in the middle. So whatever the situation is in front of us, we just need to stick to our game-plan and work in pairs," he said later in the day.

For Vijay the eight-day break between the third and fourth Tests came as a boon. "Definitely yes," he said emphatically. "The break helped me. And it helped everybody I guess, to go and rethink and come back better." That might not be something that Kohli would agree with. The Indian captain had his own reasons to be displeased with the break that England got, but three days into this Test it seems like almost nothing has changed in the equation between him and the opposition's bowlers.