Virat Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar… Not only India but two tremendous batsmen of world cricket. Often this question arises as to who is the best among the two. There is a comparison between the two about their batting. Some rate Virat Kohli upstairs and one on Sachin Tendulkar. However, this is a boiling question that no one can possibly answer. In such a situation, Venkatesh Prasad has tried to end this debate by underlining a difference.
Recently, India's fast bowler Venkatesh Prasad, who dominated through an advertisement, said that there is a fine difference between these two batsmen, Virat and Sachin. He said, "There is no opinion that both of them are amazing players. On one hand, Sachin is very calm, Virat Kohli is aggressive of course. But, this is not their nature. This is only limited to the field and that too because they are desperate to win every match. "
Difference of emotion between Virat and Sachin
Sachin Tendulkar has been a cricketer of calm nature compared to Virat Kohli. Prasad said, "Sachin Tendulkar also wants to do better in every single match. However, in that process you will not get to see that much emotion of Sachin Tendulkar. We have never seen, whether he scored a century or he was out on zero. While Virat does not lag behind in expressing himself. "
When Sachin did not react even when the ball was on the helmet
Venkatesh Prasad, who played under Sachin Tendulkar and his captaincy in the early years of 1990 and 2000, said that Sachin Tendulkar kept his best for Pakistan. Recalling an incident, Prasad said, "There was a match in Sharjah. Wasim Akram was bowling with a new ball. He hit the helmet of Sachin Tendulkar. That ball had a speed of 145 kilometers per hour. Sachin did not react to him. Even Sachin Tendulkar did not take off his helmet. "
Connected with cricket in a different way
Venkatesh Prasad's motive behind telling Sachin's Pakistan incident was to tell the difference of character of both. He said that if Virat Kohli had the ball at the helmet, he would have reacted. He said, "Had Virat been there, he would have reacted under the circumstances of what happened to Sachin. These two are two different people. There are two different characters. But both are important for the promotion of cricket. "
The next mission in front of Virat Kohli in international cricket is now to play the final of the World Test Championship, which is to be held in England from June 18. India will face New Zealand in this match.