'I feel like Kohli has the aggression. He takes risk to win a game at any cost. I think that is a wonderful quality to have.' IMAGE: Former Australia skipper Michael Clarke, left, with India captain Virat Kohli. Photograph courtesy: Michael Clarke/Twitter Former Australia skipper Michael Clarke on Tuesday lauded Board of Control for Cricket in India and Cricket Australia for their handling of the recent DRS controversy but feels the infamous 'Monkeygate' episode during their series in ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
25 Feb 2017 India have scored 99 runs losing six wickets in their second innings at tea, chasing a daunting target of 441 runs on the third day of the first cricket Test.India need another 341 runs with four wickets in hand to avoid a defeat.News on Air, 1 month ago
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