You can learn a lot from Virat Kohli, says Kiwi skipper
New Zealand captain and top batsman Kane Williamson feels that one can “learn a lot” by watching his contemporary Virat Kohli’s stellar performances in the ongoing ICC World T20.
Kohli and Williamson had captained their respective countries at the U-19 level and are now considered to be among the best in their generation along with Australia s Steve Smith and England s Joe Root. While Kohli has already played an epic innings against Australia, Root s 83 in a chase of 230 against South Africa has also been highly talked about.
“I would love to do that. They (Kohli and Root) have been playing brilliantly. I love both. Outstanding cricketers and they have been fantastic for a long period of time. Watching these two bat and perform in the way they have been performing, you can learn a lot,” a smiling William replied when asked if he could emulate Virat or Root with his own gem in the semi-final on Wednesday.
His innovative captaincy has been praised and Williamson attributes it to sound gameplan which has been executed well by his team. “From my perspective, I am trying to do best job I can.
It is important to come up with sound gameplans, execute them well, which we have done till this point,” he said.
While he refused to divulge on the team combination but the philosophy of trying “Horses for Courses” won’t change against England.