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Will take a brave man to write Kohli off: Finch

Updated on: 20 September,2022 08:00 AM IST  |  Mohali
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Kohli overcame a prolonged lean patch at the Asia Cup earlier this month and also scored his 71st international century

Will take a brave man to write Kohli off: Finch

Aaron Finch


Australia skipper Aaron Finch on Monday said it will take a very brave man to write Virat Kohli off and what the former India captain has achieved in the last 15 years is just “ridiculous”.


Kohli overcame a prolonged lean patch at the Asia Cup earlier this month and also scored his 71st international century. The hundred was his first since November 2019. “It will be a very brave man to write Virat Kohli off. At any stage, he has shown for 15 years now that he is one of the greatest players of all time,” Finch said on the eve of the series-opener against India.



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“Particularly in T20 cricket, he’s someone who has developed and grown his game over such a long period that you always plan and prepare the best when you’re coming up against him. He is super and has 71 international centuries. That’s just ridiculous,” Finch said in a virtual media interaction.  Finch will be in focus during the series after he announced his retirement from ODIs following his struggles with the bat.

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