Virat Kohli reveals Team India’s dressing room secret; here’s what he said
India cricket team skipper Virat Kohli is the one of the best batsmen in the world. The 29-year-old cricket is known for his aggressive betting, but recently Virat revealed about how he was nervous after getting selected in the Indian cricket team and also revealed the dressing room secret. Those who has always been keen to know about what happens inside the dressing room? What crickets do before, during and after the match? How veteran treat newcomer and what they do during free time in the dressing room? So, here is the answer-
In the interview with ToI, he said, “I clearly remember sitting with my mom and watching the news on the day of the selection meeting. My name just flashed on the TV, but I thought they might just be spreading a rumour. Five minutes later, I got a call from the board. I got goosebumps. I was shaking.”
The Indian cricket team captain made his ODI debut in 2008 and T20I debut in 2010. He maid test debut against West Indies in 2011 at the Sabina Park.
Virat Kohli also revealed dressing room secrets. He also disclosed what happens with newcomers inside the dressing room. He said, “I clearly remember walking into the team meeting. I was asked to give a speech in the team room. It was nerve-wracking for me with so many great Indian players there. They were looking at me. Which we now do to the younger guys to intimidate them, make them nervous (smiles). These are my first memories.”
Kohli is currently leading the struggling Royal Challengers Bangalore’s (RCB) in the 2018 Indian Premier League (IPL).