Former Australian cricketer Shane Warne believes that Indian skipper Virat Kohli is held in high respect by his teammates and the whole Indian team plays for their skipper. Speaking on Sky Sports, Warne praised Kohli for his astute captaincy and mentioned that he has given Team India the belief to win everywhere in the world. India beat England by 157 runs at Oval as the visitors took an unassailable 2-1 lead in the 5-match Test series.
Indian bowlers produced superb performances in a disciplined bowling display, with England batsmen crumbling under the sustained pressure created by the visitors. Bumrah ended with figures of 2-27, Shardul Thakur and Ravindra Jadeja scalped took two wickets apiece while Umesh Yadav picked up the final three wickets.
Shane Warne said after the 4th Test, "Whole Indian team play for Virat Kohli, he has given the belief to win everywhere in the world. He has the respect of the whole team, long live Virat Kohli for Test cricket, he loves this format."
Virat Kohli is the biggest superstar of this game on the planet: Warne
Warne further termed Kohli as "the biggest superstar of the game on the planet". The former Aussie spinner mentioned said, "India are the powerhouse of world cricket and and they have got the biggest superstar of cricket with Kohli who loves Test."
India will need to avoid defeat in the final Test at Emirates Old Trafford, starting on Friday, to win a series in the UK for the first time since 2007.