Kohli said – I had made mistakes on the first visit to Australia, but now I have changed

Under the leadership of Kohli, the Indian team is looking at winning the Test series for the first time in Australia. He has visited Australia twice before this time and this time the captain of the team.


Kohli said - I had made mistakes on the first visit to Australia, but now I have changed

Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli is one of the world’s top cricketers at the moment, but on Friday, he has made a big statement about his personality. Kohli, who was aggressive on the field, said that he has changed a lot from the very first time. Virat Kohli said that in relation to behavior, where to determine the boundary line, he did not have a good understanding.

Under the leadership of Kohli, the Indian team is looking at winning the Test series for the first time in Australia. He has visited Australia twice before this time and this time the captain of the team. He said that when first came to Australia for the first time, it was bad, though I have made a lot of changes in myself now.

In an interview with former Australian legend Adam Gilchrist on Fox Sports, Kohli said that ‘I did not have a good understanding of where to deal with the border or to decide on such a thing.’ He said, “Whatever happened, I would not say that I’m sorry for them but I definitely see them as a mistake but I can learn from these mistakes.”

Kohli was talking about his first tour of Australia in this interview. He said that I was quite bad on the first two tours of Australia, especially on my first tour and I did not understand the boundary line.

Prior to the series against Australia, Kohli had said that India or Australia would not cross the line this time in terms of behavior on the field, but also said that they do not want the players to go on the field without embarrassment. Kohli said, ‘I do not think what happened in the past will happen again, when both the teams crossed the line. It is a competitive game and in the end it is international cricket. We also do not want players to come, bowl and go away. “

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