Cricket: Alan Border praises Indian team


Fans may not like Indian captain Virat Kohli's aggressive behavior in Australia, Kohli's absence from the three-Test series would have boosted Australia's claim to winning the series but the Indian captain is one of Australia's most successful captains Alan Border has said that the biggest reason for Indian cricketers to reach the heights is their aggression. Talking to Jagran, Seema said that she liked Kohli's aggressive behavior.

When Seema was asked whether Kohli's absence in the three Tests would make the sledding easier for the hosts as there is no one more aggressive than Kohli in the Indian team. Seema said, "First of all, I would like to apologize for the way I play cricket." We know that people don't like it but I know that people like Kohli's way of playing.

Kohli understands that being the attacker is the key to success. The conditions of the match are such that there is little debate but the players unite outside the field. I like being the attacker of both teams. It is part of a war that has been going on for years. I want both teams to be aggressive on the field.