The Australian minister says she has ‘Cricket Crush’ on Virat Kohli

The Australian minister says she has ‘Cricket Crush’ on Virat Kohli

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Source : Sportskeeda.com

There should be no doubt about Virat Kohli as one of the most appreciated cricketers in the world. No further proof is needed, other than the fact that one of the Australian ministers admitted that she was in love with the Indian captain’s cricket when presenting the right-hander when India and Australia met with the Australian prime minister at his residence on New Year’s Day.

Kohli was introduced by the minister, who expects a victory in Australia on the SCG Test, as the best hitter in the world and Kohli was equally gracious in thanking him for the warm welcome.

“Now it gives me great pleasure to present … I have a total cricket crush (a great admirer of his cricket skills) with this guy, Mr. Virat Kohli, known worldwide as the best hitter in the world and that passion that brings to the field and the field, it’s very exciting to watch … although I hope you lose this week! “Skipper was introduced by the Australian minister when the teams met with the Australian prime minister.

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“Erm, that was a beautiful introduction, I think it probably presents us with our biggest challenge in world cricket simply because we are not playing on the Australian side, but as we all know, when you enter the stadium and enter the bat, the whole game. The stadium wants you to come out, that’s something you’re up against and that’s the greatness of sports culture and cricket culture, so I just want to tell our guys what we’ve done in these first three tests. ” And the way we have been able to play is something that is very special and something that will remain with us in our lives, “said Kohli.

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