With the absence of cricket within the time of Covid-19 lockdown, Kohli turned nostalgic on Friday, as he shared an image together with his New Zealand counterpart, Kane Williamson, calling him a "good man".
The picture appears to be from the Test series between the 2 sides when India toured New Zealand--their last overseas tour before Covid-19 led to the suspension of all sporting activities. On their 2-month long tour of latest Zealand, India won the T20I series 5-0, but lost ODI series 0-3 and Test series 0-2.
Sharing the image on Twitter, Kohli wrote, "Love our chats . Good man."
Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson seem to share an excellent camaraderie because the two were seen having a candid chat at the boundary when both of the skippers weren't a part of the 5th T20I.
Talking about their conversation on the sidelines of that game, Kohli said, "Kane and that i have similar mindsets, similar philosophies. it's amazing that despite being from different parts of the planet , we've similar thinking and that we speak an equivalent language."
"Despite what the scoreline suggests, I feel that New Zealand cricket is within the best hands and he's the proper guy to steer this team. he's the right , perfect man to steer them. I wish him the simplest of luck and power to steer this side within the future. they're a side everyone likes to watch and play against. he's the right , perfect man to steer them. I wish him the simplest of luck and power to steer this side within the future. they're a side everyone likes to watch and play against," he added.