After leading the Indian National Cricket Team to defeat the England National Cricket Team across all formats, the Indian skipper Virat Kohli believes that the achievement against England is a “massive boost for Indian cricket.” 


As Kohli explained.“Winning all three formats feels really good, because we were up against a top-quality side. It is great, since we didn’t have that much experience in our teams.”

“The Test team is almost as good as new. In the ODIs, we had three-four experienced guys, but the rest who stepped up were youngsters. This is a massive boost for Indian cricket.”

Virat Kohli, who known as one of the best batsman of this era has tasted success in his first full tour as skipper, as India defeated England in test by 4-0 and won the one day and T20 series by 2-1 respectively and on that the Indian skipper stated that he relied on his predecessor M.S. Dhoni for advice. “I take a lot of advice from M.S. (Dhoni), and from Ashish Nehra too.”


The 28-year-old also explained that the success of spinners like Yuzvendra Chahal and Amit Mishra has vindicated the team management’s decision to rest R. Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja. “Having guys like Chahal, Mishra, Jayant and Rasool gives us an opportunity to rest Ashwin and Jadeja whenever we want.”

Even though India has won the series but, the skipper Virat Kohli’s performance was not how people expected and on that when Kohli has been asked about his bad performance so far on the series, Kohli replied (in Hindi), “What do I say, sir? We won the series, and still you are saying this? In the IPL, I opened the innings, hit four centuries — everyone said that it was a revelation. Now that runs haven’t come, it is a problem. Sir, focus on the 10 other players too. If I do everything, what will the others do?”