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New Delhi — Virat Kohli’s reputation as one of cricket’s great entertainers is well established, but the India star will not be completely satisfied until he leaves an indelible mark by winning the World Cup as captain.
Kohli has been instrumental in building on Indian cricket’s rich legacy after taking over the captaincy from Mahendra Singh Dhoni. After helping India reclaim the No 1 Test ranking, the 30-year-old led his team to a first Test series triumph in Australia in January.
But it is the possibility of winning the World Cup as skipper that most inspires the flamboyant batsman, who has amassed 10,843 runs in 227 one-day international (ODI) matches, including 41 centuries and 49 fifties.
Kohli still fondly remembers being part of the 2011 World Cup-winning team under Dhoni, who lifted the title on Indian soil, and would love to emulate his predecessor by leading his country to their third world title.
“I would put the win in Australia at a par with the World Cup. Look, you can...
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