After finishing among the toppers in ODIs and Tests in 2017, Kohli was up for a test on foreign pitches. In the three-match Test series against South Africa, he scored 286 runs in six innings at an average of 47.67 and it included a remarkable 153 runs in Centurion in the second Test. His astonishing form in the longer format was followed by a record-breaking
India vs Australia series is scheduled and all cricket fans are looking forward to watch. Former England captain Michael Vaughan had just a one-word answer to a question posed on Indian skipper Virat Kohli’s probable performance in the impending Australia tour.
A modern-day great, Kohli did reign supreme in South Africa and later in England, in Tests and in limited-overs format, while his compatriots struggled under unfavourable conditions. And so, a similar is expected of him in the forthcoming overseas series. To a question asked on Twitter, if Virat Kohli will reign supreme in Australia, Vaughan’s answer was an emphatic: “Yes”.