Kohli and De Villiers are the best batsmen in the world

New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson said that Kohli and De Villiers are the best batsmen in the world.Click To Tweet

Kohli and De Villiers are the best batsmen in the world. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson reckons Indian skipper Virat Kohli and former South Africa captain AB De Villiers are the best batsmen in the cricket fraternity.

Kane Williamson in a live chat session on Instagram with SunRisers Hyderabad captain David Warner, reveals that Virat Kohli and the former destructive batsman of South Africa De Villiers as the best batsmen.

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Kohli and De Villiers are the best batsmen in the world:

New Zealand Skipper Kane Williamson revealed that Kohli is hungry for dominating in all three formats of the game. Virat Kohli has set the bar very high for others to compete.

“It’s very hard to pinpoint one. Someone like AB (De Villiers) I know he only plays franchise cricket now, but in terms of gifted players, he is right up there. And a top guy as well. He’s one of the special players of our time. But (there are) so many quality players,” Williamson said.

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“Kohli, in all formats, has a real hunger to dominate. He is so good to watch and play against, and to learn as well. He has set the bar so high,” Williamson added.

Virat Kohli is ranked second in the Test matches rankings and sits on top in the ODI format of the game and in T20I Kohli ranks on the 10th spot.

Kane Williamson helped his team to reach in the World Cup Final last year where New Zealand lost to England in a boundary count.

Williamson has played 80 Tests and scored 6476 runs at an average of 50.99.  In 151 ODIs, Williamson has amassed 6173 runs including 13 centuries and 39 fifties.


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