The stylish Indian cricketer Virat Kohli feels that it is totally the choice of individual how he wants to go about the decisions he make. No one can control them if they choose to be wrong.
When the Indian Test Team captain Virat Kohli was asked about his opinion on role of system to curn match fixing he said, “It will always depend on the choice of individual player.”
When asked whether cricketing authorities are doing enough to limit the peril of fixing Kohli told a new channel: “The authorities are doing best to keep sports clean. But, you can obviously not go to someone’s room and say him not to speak in certain way. They have rules ad protocols being setup and that is how much one can do. It totally depends on the individual decision; you can’t control him or his decision.”
Kohli finds him fortunate that he has not gone through any of such situations. None one in his proximity has faced these situations. Kohli added, “After retirement if I could inspire children to say we want to be like him by playing sport then I would think that I have achieved something in my life.”
Kohli is India’s No.1 batsmen in modern day cricket and his aggression is widely talked in a positive manner. He said, “This aggression keeps me on the top and every sportsperson should have that killer instinct.”
Kohli also feels that a cricketer in India is judged with his off-field life rather than on-field achievements very often. There is a lack of patience in terms of judging someone in most of the Indians. Kohli even said that when he had tattoos and was young to Indian team, people judged him that he is not a test cricketer. They were too quick to judge and he showed them what he can do.
Kohli has been shattering the records with 36 hundreds to his name in international cricket, but he feels real pleasure when his contribution makes India win the game. He said that he don’t play for records neither challenge himself to break records, he only focus on the real things that can make his team win games.