Ahead of Virat Kohli’s milestone one centesimal Test, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) shared a candid video of Sachin Tendulkar who revealed an fascinating chat he had with Kohli again in 2011 after they had been taking part in collectively.
While Virat these days is famend as a health icon, that wasn’t the case at all times. The 33-year-old has labored on his food regimen and health immensely to have the ability to delay his profession.
Kohli had tailored his way of life in order that he can stay at his peak ranges, however there was a time when a younger Kohli swore to work on his health and get higher.
Sachin Tendulkar, who performed alongside Kohli recalled an outdated dialog with the Delhi-born cricketer in 2011. Team India had been in Australia on the time, and Sachin recalled how a younger Kohli in Canberra admitted that he must work on his health.
“We had been in Australia in 2011, in Canberra I exactly bear in mind, there was a Thai restaurant there, we used to go there and have a pleasant delicious meal,” recalled the Master Blaster within the video shared by BCCI.
“We used to stroll again to the lodge, and on one of many evenings after having a heavy meal, Virat mentioned, ‘Paaji bohot ho gaya, ab health pe dhyaan dena hai’ (It’s sufficient, I should work on my health),” added Sachin.
He then went on to laud the previous Indian skipper for having labored immensely arduous on his health and turning into one of many fittest gamers in world cricket.
“I’ve to say that you’ve left no stone unturned, you have been a terrific function mannequin so far as health is anxious,” mentioned Sachin in his congratulatory video for Kohli.
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Earlier on Wednesday, BCCI had shared one other compilation of former gamers like Sachin, Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid, and Virender Sehwag, all of whom congratulated Kohli for attaining the milestone of 100 Test matches.
For the unversed, Team India’s first Test of the two-match collection in Mohali can be Kohli’s one centesimal Test match.