Virat Kohli is now a global phenomenon, my kids want to learn from him: Adam Gilchrist
Kohli was in red hot form in ICC World T20 scoring 273 runs with a staggering average of 136.50.
New Delhi: Stylish Indian right-hander Virat Kohli won massive praise from the cricket fraternity after a brilliant show in the recently concluded ICC World Twenty20.
Australian legend Adam Gilchrist is the new member in Kohli's fan list, as he praised him for performing well all across the world.
Speaking to CNN IBN, Gilchrist said that considering Kohli's huge success, his kids watch him play and are keen to learn from him.
Kohli was adjudged the Man of the Series in the ICC World Twenty20 2016.
The Delhi batsman was in rd hot form for throughout the tournament scoring 273 runs with a staggering average of 136.50 and an equally astounding strike-rate of 146.77 with three 50 plus scores. He hit 29 boundaries and five sixes in all.
He was second in the list of run-getters behind Tamim Iqbal of Bangladesh, who scored 295 runs.
It was former India captain and CAB president Sourav Ganguly, who collected the award on Kohli's behalf as the cricketer was not present in person.