I don't have to prove anything: Captain Kohli

Cape Town: Captain Virat Kohli has faced the media ahead of the third and decisive Test against South Africa in Cape Town. This is the first time Virat Kohli has appeared in the media on this tour. When questioned about Virat Kohli's fitness, he said he was fully prepared to play the third match.

On the question of batting form, Virat Kohli said that this is not the first time I am talking about batting. I feel extremely proud of whatever I have performed for the team so far. I have been with the team in fantastic moments over the years. In such a situation I think I don't need to prove anything to anyone. Captain Kohli said that when I took over the captaincy of the team, we were at the seventh position. But now we can't even see that thing, because we've been number one for a long time.

Regarding missing the second test match, Virat Kohli said that getting injured is a part of the game, so after a long time he was missing a match, then he must have felt strange. But it is the same feeling with every player when I sit outside because I have also been sitting outside for some time in my early career and I can understand that.

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