Virat Kohli, the captain of the country's cricket team, is known not only for his centuries on the field but also for his aggressive attitude. This aggression is also the reason for their criticism. Now Kohli is appreciating a book to overcome his anger. Let us know the full details
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Virat's name is currently counted among the most effective captains in the world. Kohli, who took command of Team India in Tests, ODIs, and T20s has won India in captaincy not only at home but also on foreign soil. Kohli & Co made history by winning the Test series for the first time in Australia. What Mohammad Azharuddin, Sourav Ganguly, and Mahendra Singh Dhoni could not do to India was what Virat did on the 2019 tour.
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Virat is all set to win the T20 and ODI Tests on the West Indies tour these days. A picture on social media is in the spotlight these days in which Kohli is seen sitting in the pavilion reading a book called 'Detox Your Ego'.
During the Test series in Australia in 2012, Virat made an indecent gesture to the audience on the boundary, which led to a lot of discussions. Reports of an altercation with former coach Anil Kumble also came up for discussion during the tournament. There are different reactions on social media about Virat's reading of Detox Your Igo.
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