New Delhi: Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag, who has revolutionised Hindi commentary with his unmatchable sense of humour, has come up with some brilliant adjectives to describe the sensational form of Indian Test skipper Virat Kohli.
Heaping praise on the stylish Delhi batsman from the commentary box, Sehwag earlier said that if Kohli was a taxi, the meter reading would start from 100.
Sehwag once again took to Twitter on Thursday and tweeted, "Kohli ko paper me name change Ad daalna chahiye. He should call himself Badal ,aka Cloud. Har waqt Badal ki tarah Chaaye rehte hain,Kohli !"
Kohli ko paper me name change Ad daalna chahiye.
He should call himself Badal ,aka Cloud.
Har waqt Badal ki tarah Chaaye rehte hain,Kohli !
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) December 15, 2016
Kohli has been on a record-shattering spree this year, where he has been hugely successful across formats. In the ongoing five-match series against England, he slammed his third double ton as the Test skipper.
India have not lost a Test match under his captaincy since August last year and he has also become the first Indian Test skipper to win five successive series in a row.