Gary Kirsten feels India have an extraordinary cricket future and Virat Kohli is the man who symbolizes it. In India for an instructing spell with the Rajasthan Cricket Academy, Kirsten, the previous Team India head mentor told in a selective visit on Thursday that the tremendous ability pool of value cricketers will stand India in great stead.
Kirsten was mentor when India won the ICC World Cup (50 overs) in 2011 under MS Dhoni's captaincy. A man who loves to work in the background, Kirsten said the "fabulous environment" in the Indian changing area was a major variable for the group to accomplish radiance. "We had extraordinary characters as well.
Bhajji (Harbhajan Singh) was the most clever," Kirsten said, reviewing how the Turbanator took the weight off the group on tiresome visits. Kirsten is in amazement of Virat Kohli, India's young Test chief. "Appreciate viewing Virat. Love the way he takes control and complete amusements," Kirsten said, saying Kohli's force helps the group lift itself. Kirsten was all acclaim for the Indian Premier League and how it has helped India discover youthful and quality players.