With 40 victories in 68 tests, Virat Kohli led Team India to the most Test victories. In the longest format of the game, Kohli and former India head coach Ravi Shastri led the team to new heights, and during their time together, India became the world’s top Test cricket nation. Team India won a series in Australia under Shastri’s leadership, and those triumphs occurred in pace-friendly conditions. Experts often give Kohli credit for creating an assertive and aggressive style of cricket that helped India dominate the Test format for years. As a consequence of his leadership, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj, and Umesh Yadav rose to prominence in India’s pace attack.

India’s captain Rohit Sharma hailed the previous captain Virat Kohli for helping him hone his leadership abilities after India’s massive victory over Australia on Saturday in the opening Test match of the Border Gavaskar Trophy by an inning and 132 runs. Rohit said how he had taken on some of Kohli’s leadership traits after watching him closely as a player in the past.

“Virat was the captain back when I was a player. One thing I realized is that pressure must be maintained even if we don’t get a wicket so that the opponent commits a mistake. When Virat was captain and these guys were bowling, I discovered that “During the post-game news conference in Nagpur on Saturday, Rohit added.

Applying pressure and not expecting a wicket every ball are the things he said he was trying to accomplish at the moment. He said, “Just keep placing the ball in the proper locations.”

In the Nagpur Test, India’s captain Rohit had a standout performance. He hammered his eighth Test century, which was essential to the team’s 400-run first innings total and gave them a significant 223-run advantage. The visitors were subsequently dismissed for 91 runs by Team India, with leading spinner Ravichandran Ashwin taking five wickets. Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja shared 15 of the 20 wickets that were lost throughout the match, destroying Australia. Jadeja was adjudged the Player of the Match as he grabbed seven wickets and scored 70 runs in the match, delivering an all-around performance.