Virat Kohli said, “I don’t think he has any say in breaking MS Dhoni’s Test record.”
Dhoni and Kohli have successfully led India in 21 matches and Kohli has a chance to overtake the former captain in a pink-ball Test against England.
“I don’t feel that Test-breaking Test win. “The records are viewed from a personal point of view and we don’t play the sport for those records,” Kohli said on the eve of the third Test.
‘Whether it’s a personal record as a batsman or a number of wins as captain, it’s my responsibility and I’m trying my best. It’s always going to be the case and I’ll be playing the game. These are fickle things that look great on the outside compared to individuals but it doesn’t matter to me, ”Kohli said.
‘We share goodwill, and mutual respect is really close to your heart and I understand its importance. I have the responsibility of putting Team India at the top, and the same applies to anyone who takes office after me, ”he said.
The four-match series between India and England is currently tied at 1-1.