Shoaib Akhtar describes Virat Kohli in just one word, read more

Former Indian skipper Virat Kohli is quite an interesting character both on and off the cricket field. We have seen two faces of him in general. On the field, he brings his aggressive attitude which often helps to get the best out of him in pressure situations.

On the other hand, he is a different person altogether off the field. He is cool, and calm and loves to interact with his fans and followers on social media platforms. Besides that, he also never hesitates to sign autographs for his fans.

He is no longer the captain of the Indian cricket team across formats. Rohit Sharma is the one who is leading the team from the front in Tests, ODIs and T20Is. Kohli slammed 80 centuries in international cricket, more than any other player in the current era.

Kohli recently surpassed Sachin Tendulkar’s overall tally of 49 centuries to score his 50th ODI ton against South Africa in the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023.

Former Pakistan fast bowler to a fan who asked him to describe Virat Kohli in one word

Only Sachin Tendulkar has scored more international centuries (100). It is no secret that Virat Kohli is the fittest player in the world without the shadow of any doubt. The fitness icon is an inspiration to several young players.

Kohli hits the gym regularly to keep his body in good shape and there were several videos of Kohli’s workout sessions going viral on social media portals.

Shoaib Akhtar gives an honest reply to a fan who asked him to describe Virat Kohli in one word!

Meanwhile, Shoaib Akhtar was asked to describe former Indian skipper, Virat Kohli in one word. To which, he came up with a priceless reply, which has been doing the rounds on the internet.

A Twitter user asked Akhtar, “One word for Virat Kohli”. To which, the former Pakistani fast bowler replied, “Legend already”. His reply went viral in no time. Kohli might be out of form, but he is still a world-class batsman. 

Virat Kohli is currently playing in the ICC World Test Championship Final against Australia at The Kennington Oval in London.