‘I have learned from MS Dhoni, you can’t keep everyone happy…’ Video of Virat Kohli’s interview goes viral


Virat Kohli MS Dhoni: Team India’s former captain Virat Kohli is counted among the players who have bold, fearless and outspoken opinions in the world of cricket. Kohli does not take any time to bring his heart in his tongue and for this reason he sometimes gets embroiled in controversies. Meanwhile, an interview clip of Virat Kohli is becoming increasingly viral on social media, in which he is seen talking about his mentor and former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

‘One thing I have learned from MS Dhoni’: Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli has shared a video on his official Twitter handle, in which he is seen interacting with an anchor for the promotion of a sports brand. In this video, Kohli says that I have learned one thing from MS Dhoni, you cannot please everyone all the time. He said, ‘I never used to fight, with anyone. There is no chance of physical. Puma has come now, earlier you used to get Puma. To play a game means to be fully alert. One thing that I have learned from MS Dhoni and other captains around the world is that you cannot please everybody all the time. Your sport demands discipline from you. But your intention was right and if you have worked hard then you will do well in life. No compromise.

It’s a long road to the top but the greatest lessons are learned when you get knocked down and get back up. Let there be sport with @pumacricketnow streaming on @DisneyPlusHS, #LetThereBeSport #ad pic.twitter.com/dymvO8G4HK

— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) May 11, 2023

While sharing this video, Kohli wrote in the caption, ‘The path to reach the top is long, but the biggest lesson is learned when you fall down and get back up. Let there be sports.

Kohli made his international debut under the captaincy of Dhoni.

Virat Kohli made his international debut in 2008, when Mahendra Singh Dhoni was the captain of the Indian team. After this Dhoni retired from Test cricket in 2014 and Virat Kohli was appointed as the full-time captain of the Indian Test team. Then in 2017, Virat Kohli became the captain of Team India in T20 and ODI formats as well. Significantly, Kohli has played a total of 108 Tests, 274 ODIs and 115 T20 Internationals in his international career so far. He has scored 8416 runs in Tests, 12898 runs in ODIs and 4008 runs in T20 Internationals.

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