During the launch of Sourav Ganguly Foundation and Sourav Ganguly Cricket School, which is powered by PitchVision Cricket Technology, Sourav Ganguly said, “Virat’s aggression is two times more than mine.”
When asked to compare Kohli’s temperament to his’, Sourav said, “Virat never leaves an inch to the opposition.”
Ganguly compared Virat’s temperament to that of former Atletico de Kolkata coach Antonio Habas, saying “temperament of both Virat and Habas are of similar nature, which draws spectators to the stadium.”
Ganguly, as the India captain, was known to be an aggressive leader, famously celebrating India’s win in the Natwest Triangular series in 2002 by taking off his shirt at the Lord’s.
Virat Kohli led India to their fifth successive Test victory after India’s innings and 36 runs win at Mumbai, their biggest triumph over England in Tests at home. He also became the first Indian captain to win five successive Test series.