New Delhi. Everyone knows the tough competition between Virat Kohli and James Anderson on the cricket field. The war between Virat and Anderson has been going on since 2014. Where Anderson defeated Kohli in 2014, the Indian captain dominated in 2018. Now in this series Kohli is seen fighting in front of Anderson’s swing ball. Anderson has dismissed Kohli twice in the series. In the third Test at Leeds, Kohli caught Jose Butler behind the wicket, evading Anderson’s delivery. Anderson dismissed Kohli for the seventh time in Test cricket. After that, Anderson had a special celebration on the field.
Giving reasons for his celebration, Anderson said he wanted to show Virat what it meant to kick him out. In a column for The Telegraph, Anderson said, “I got very emotional when I got Kohli out in the first innings of the Leeds Test. It was like Trent Bridge. I think there are things against him because he’s a great batsman and a captain. That’s why.” I want to tell him what it means to get him out. “
Anderson also revealed what his strategy was against Kohli in the third Test. He wrote, “The biggest goal is to bowl in pairs. Headingley is a good example of this in India’s second innings. I bowled 10 of the first 12 balls to Kohli. Joe Root was telling me to force him to play. But I don’t want him to speed up. “
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With the help of a half-century in 5 innings, Kohli has managed only 124 runs in the series. His highest score is 55. On the last tour (in 2018), Kohli scored 593 runs with the help of two centuries in five Test series.
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