Hardik Pandya told the secret of Virat Kohli’s success

Hardik Pandya told the secret of Virat Kohli's success
Hardik Pandya told the secret of Virat Kohli's success

Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli is considered one of the best batsmen in modern cricket. Many young players consider Virat as their inspiration and want to succeed towards them as well. Virat’s hunger for runs and for the win is worth watching. Virat Kohli has reached the top in world cricket today due to his hard work. Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya has recently spoken openly about Virat Kohli’s success during the show.

Hardik Pandya believes that thinking of not becoming number 2 is the biggest reason for his success. During a conversation with the Under 19 players of the Vadodara Cricket Association, Hardik Pandya explained what is the secret of Virat Kohli’s success.

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“To become number-1 there must be hunger within, but not topple anyone down,”

Hardik Pandya said, “Two days ago I asked Virat the reason for his success. On this Virat Kohli replied that your attitude is fine, everything else is also fine. But you have to keep this in mind that the level of your consistency has to be increased. To become number-1, you must have hunger, but do not let anyone down. With our hard work and merit. Only then you can become number 1. ‘

“Rohit Sharma and Mahendra Singh Dhoni also do not want to come second”,

he added, “Now I know why Virat Kohli is number one.” Rohit Sharma and Mahendra Singh Dhoni also do not want to come second. But on the other hand, if these people remain at number 2, they don’t mind, because they start the process again to become the best. “The Indian all-rounder said,” They want to be number 1, but Their greatness lies in the fact that if they come number two, they do not mind it either. They work hard again to become number 1. ”

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“If you are training, then you must be hungry for training too”

Pandya said, “To be the best, you must be hungry. If you are a bowler, you should still be the best. If you are training, then you must be hungry for training too. You have to compete with yourself every day

Hardik Pandya has played 11 Tests, 54 ODIs and 40 T20s for India. Hardik Pandya was out of Team India for a long time due to his back injury. He returned in March for a three-match series against South Africa. The first match of this series was washed out due to rain. After this, the series was canceled due to Coronavirus. Pandya was expected to return from IPL 2020, but the tournament has been postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus.