There are numerous debates that will forever make its way within the cricket industry. One such debate is selecting the best player between Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers. Both the players are considered to be a true testament of the gentleman’s game. Their batting styles coupled with their sportsmanship is what makes them great.
The debate of who is better between Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers continues
Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers play together in Royal Challengers Bangalore. The pair have a great bond both on-field and off-field. However, coming to the games, Kohli is still playing International Cricket while Villiers retired back in 2018. The two players show significantly brilliant performances on-field whenever they pick up the bat. The Men in Blue skipper is known for playing technical and conventional strokes. On the other hand, the South Africa legend is known for hitting the ball to any part of the ground he wants. Either way, both players end up with a good score.
Now, Australian cricketer, Brad Hogg, comes forward with his pick of the best. It all starts when a Twitter user approaches him with the question. He asks that while AB de Villiers is still at supreme peak after retirement and so is Kohli, who is the best according to him.
“Considering AB still being in such a supreme form after retirement and Virat too at peak of his game, Who do you guys think is a better batsman between AB & Kohli.”
Here is the question for Brad Hogg by the fan
Who do you guys think is a better batsman between AB & Kohli.
— Raghav Agarwal (@Raghav2251) March 20, 2020
Obviously, the choice is difficult since both of them are heavily successful players. Virat Kohli is a talented player who is leading the team to several victories. While, AB de Villiers continues to show a series of great performances even after retiring from International Cricket.
The former left arm-spinner does make his pick and answers the question. He picks Kohli over Villiers for the moment.
Kohli, stars back it up. https://t.co/JZToh4w6b3
— Brad Hogg (@Brad_Hogg) March 21, 2020