Kohli leaves to England for his first world cup as a captain
Virat Kohli, the Indian skipper, and head coach Ravi Shastri tended to the media in front of Team India's flight to take an interest in the Cricket World Cup that is slated to start on May 30 in England and Wales. In spite of the fact that this will be the third World Cup for Virat Kohli, it will be the first occasion when he will lead the team. "It is the most testing World Cup; any team can upset any team. The team should adjust in all respects rapidly," Kohli said at the question and answer session in Mumbai on Tuesday.
"We anticipate all sort of scores in the World Cup, yet there would be not many high scoring diversions taking a gander at the expectations," Virat Kohli included.
Without a doubt, Virat Kohli will be the support of India's popular batting line-up that has a decent amount of issues of its own. The number four problem should be tended to in a unit that isn't shy of distinct advantages.
"On the off chance that we play up to our potential the World Cup will be here," coach Ravi Shastri said.
"The pitches may be level, in England overhead conditions will matter. In the event that you go to London, it will. You must be set up to be adaptable," Shastri included.
"This is an accomplished unit, we have achieved. Every one compliments one another," Shastri included.
Virat Kohli, ostensibly the best batsman on the planet at this moment, will hold the way to India's odds in the quadrennial occasion where he is relied upon to cross 11,000 ODI runs and furthermore add a couple of increasingly hundreds to his count of 41.
"It will challenge however the beneficial thing is a whole, players will have sufficient energy to re-group," Kohli said.
"We can't consider one team in the World Cup, need to keep up the force all through," Shastri said.
"Should be set up for the World Cup at the best of our capacities, shouldn't consider any restriction," Kohli included.