Former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson praised the current Indian harvest and praised Virat Kohli.
“He [Virat Kohli] has done a great job in the Indian team,” Watson said on Monday, October 14, at an event in Chennai. “He has played so well in all formats, whatever he is doing works well and the team responds to his leadership.”
ICYMI:— ICC (@ICC) October 14, 2019
India beat South Africa by an innings to take the series with a match to spare. https://t.co/8usjoD4eaO
India has recently won a 3-Test Home Series against South Africa, beating South Africa 2-0 in their second Test in Pune. With the victory India celebrated its eleventh home victory in a row, beating the previous world record of Australia, which won ten times in a row.
Asked whether Kohli’s men could expand their supremacy over World Cricket in much the same way as the Australian teams under Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting, Watson responded: “It will be hard to repeat, but there is no reason why India does can. ” Do not do it. “
Watson added that the current Indian harvest has covered all the basics and that they have the depth to win games away from home.
💬 "We're not going to take the foot off the gas in the third Test, we're looking for a result again, and hopefully make it 3-0."— ICC (@ICC) October 14, 2019
Virat Kohli is promising to maintain the intensity despite having already won the series 👇 https://t.co/i8pDK0QPev
“There is no doubt that India has the depth in all its facets hitting, bowling, and fielding,” Watson said. “The depth in Indian cricket is unbelievably great, and it has the luxury of having someone like a Rohit Sharma, who opens the hitting and makes many runs.
“The depth in Indian cricket is unbelievable, I’m sure this team can win away too.”