Originally from India Batsman, VVS Laxman said that there was no competition and rivalry between Virat kohli and Kane Williamson, expecting the two men to lead head-on in the final of the World Test Championships starting in Southampton on June 18th. .

CAPTAINS’ GOAL

Virat kohli and Kane Williamson are aiming to win their first ICC trophy as captains. Both teams have reserved a spot for the final version of the first held version of the World Test Championship. Despite being two of the most famous cricketers, Virat kohli and Kane Williamson share a great companionship.

The two often have high regard for each other. they shared several conversations along the border during a trip to India and New Zealand last year, the bond was evident. In an interview with the sports star said kohli and Williamson were proud of their game, emphasizing that both teams’ captains played an important role when they were in transition.

“No, I don’t think there’s any competition between Kane and Virat. Rather, there’s a lot of respect and admiration for each other. Both of them are real role models and inspiring younger generations . It is not only in their country but all over the world” said pressure.How they led both sides and how they optimize their potential and talent (amazing). They help move the team forward.

Kane contributed to the smooth transition of the New Zealand team . The retirement of mixed Sean McCumul and the team’s senior player happened. It was the same with Virat. “Both of them are proud of their game of cricket. It doesn’t matter if you’re playing for your country, IPL or club cricket.

The way you prepare for each game is great,” he added. . Laxman also said India is at a disadvantage due to a lack of practice practice. But he is confident they can overcome the ordeal as they did on their Australian tour earlier this year.

India sealed the series 2-1 with a historic victory at Gabba after overcoming some injuries that were back in Adelaide’s low viscosity 36 box. India may arrive in Southampton on June 3rd to play a practice match within the team ahead of the WTC final. Meanwhile, New Zealand will play a two-game test series against England ahead of the final.