Former Indian captain Mohammed Azharuddin has predicted that Virat Kohli will score 100 global hundreds if he manages to stay fit for the rest of his career. When he gets going, he scores 100s.
The Indian skipper, who has played a few defining knocks against world class bowlers like James Anderson, Stuart Broad and Mitchell Starc during the past year spoke about the hard work that goes into making of a quality Test player.
Aaron Finch's wretched form has continued with another cheap dismissal in Tuesday's one-dayer against India in Adelaide.
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In the first innings, Shaun Marsh batted brilliantly for the hosts and scored his fourth ODI century in the last six months.
While Finch's downturn in limited-overs cricket may be attributed to his stint with the Test side and his acknowledgement that it led to him over-training, one player who has been able to divorce the formats is Shaun Marsh. But India, guided by Virat Kohli's 104 - his 39th ODI century - and the masterly finishing touches of Dhoni (55 from 54 balls) claimed victory to level the series at one-all ahead of the deciding fixture in Melbourne tomorrow night. But unfortunately, all four came in a losing cause including the recently-concluded second ODI against India. "He's turning into a great one-day global player", Langer said of Marsh. It is always tough when you are not getting runs personally. With that pressure, a lot of guys can shrivel up, but he hasn't, he's stood tall. But I think in times where you are on top or the game is in balance, is the time you need to be practical and tactically spot on as well, which I have learnt a lot in this series. "The other night, he came in late, but that's actually a good sign", Langer said. "And for me, Maxi, he's probably the best fielder in the world, we love it, it's contagious his energy". "We'll gain great experience from it, and in big tournaments like the World Cup (starting in the United Kingdom next June), I like to see our guys under pressure like they were tonight".