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Constant quest for excellence makes Virat Kohli special: Sanjay Bangar


CHANDIGARH: With his insatiable quest for excellence, India captain Virat Kohli has raised his recreation to any such stage that even excellent performances from his teammates from time to time do not appear to be special, says assistant Sanjay Bangar.

Kohli struck another magnificent hundred (123 off 95 balls) towards Australia within the third ODI however his teammates could now not again him up as India misplaced the fit by means of 32 runs.

Kohli has now got two masses and a 40 plus rating within the sequence up to now and the inevitable question about over-reliance on him popped up.

"It's not that we are over-reliant on one particular individual. However the level that Virat has raised his game to, the performances of other players don't seem to be that special," Bangar said after India's defeat.

Asked what makes Kohli any such special player, Bangar said his quest for excellence places him in a distinct league.

"He's someone who repeatedly seems out on an area for development and he does that regularly. Probably that's the reason why he has raised the game to any such stage.


"The consistent quest for excellence that Virat possesses is an outstanding factor and it is an example for any aspiring youngsters to apply," said the previous India all-rounder.


Kohli has been phenomenal in chasing big objectives and that specifically used to be the plan keeping the dew consider thoughts.


"The method he batted, we expected to chase down the objective as the dew factor used to be the idea for opting to box first. Groundsmen reported that and since there used to be so much dew yesterday, we opted to chase.


"But today, since there was no dew, the target couldn't be chased as ball kept low and it became a factor. Virat wanted to convert every ball and he could have put pressure had he been around for some more time," Bangar got here to Kohli's defence when requested why he could now not finish the game.


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