Kohli has the second-most wins after 63 ODIs as captain
Virat Kohli’s astute leadership traits have been the best by far. As long as the results are coming in team’s favour, there is no reason to doubt the captain and as far as Kohli is concerned, he has done an incredible job ever since taking charge as a proud captain.
Moreover, one can sense confidence growing among the Indian players and it’s clearly because of Virat Kohli’s aura that is doing all the magic at the right place and at the right time.
Kohli will always be remembered for being the cut above the rest in terms of captaincy in this generation as he his captaincy helped the team to secure T20I series in England, ODI & T20I series in South Africa and a Test series in Australia for the first time ever, an achievement that every Indian will cheer for the rest of their lives.
Now, India notched up their second series win in New Zealand 3-0 with two games to go and thanks to Virat Kohli’s presence once again! After 3-1 series win against New Zealand in New Zealand under MS Dhoni’s captaincy in 2009, India didn’t really manage to find a way to stop the Kiwis at unfamiliar conditions when they went one on one.
But things have changed now. Virat Kohli now has the second-most wins after 63 ODIs as captain with 47 wins to his kitty. Kohli broke the long-term record set by Sir Vivian Richards for Windies and Hansie Cronje for South Africa as they both managed to steer two of their respective nations to 46 victories each under their leadership.