Former England star of spinner Graeme Swann has dubbed Team India captain Virat Kohli the god of the modern era and has described Virat as the god of the modern era, keeping in mind Virat's sincerity against Pakistan. He recently said this during an event.
You know when the ball touches with your bat," Swan said. In such a situation, I hate those who don't consider themselves out. At the same time, he says Virat Kohli's bat against Pakistan was not touched by the ball, yet he went to the pavilion without seeing the umpire's decision and it reflects his sporting spirit. At the same time, he said, "Virat is a modern-day Jesus (Christ) for me.
In fact, the fact is that Team Kohli was batting against Pakistan in the World Cup 2019 and Kohli was caught by the wicketkeeper on The bouncer ball of Pakistani bowler Mohammad Amir in the 47th over of the innings. Virat has scored 244 runs so far in the current World Cup with an average of 82.
Kohli didn't even wait for the umpire's gesture to return to the pavilion. While its replay was completely shocking. When Virat's outplay was seen, it was revealed that the ball and the bat had no contact at all. Kohli's exploits were also praised by people on social media for his sporting spirit and India beat Pakistan by 89 runs in this match.