“I don’t understand the term nice guys” – Indian Skipper Virat Kohli on Their WTC Final Opponents New Zealand

Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli raises the question about the New Zealand players being labeled as the nice guys by people.

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Virat Kohli and the Indian cricket team will battle against New Zealand on June 18, 2021. The match will decide the winner of the inaugural World Test Championship. The tournament’s finalists were decided after nine participants played against each other for two years.

Both teams have excellent starting XIs on paper, but whichever team will perform better on the field will be crowned champions. As for the support for both teams, the Men in Blue obviously have more supporters praying for the team than the Kiwis.

Virat Kohli talks about New Zealand in press conference ahead of WTC final

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In less than a day, the Test match to determine the winner of WTC will begin. Prior to the game, Indian captain Virat Kohli spoke about his opponents in a press conference.

Kohli was asked about his thoughts on New Zealand being labeled as the ‘nice guys.”‘

“I don’t understand the term nice guys, it’s not like other team has bad guys,” said Kohli.

Cricket is called a gentlemen’s game and NZ players are true to that definition. Even when they lose important matches or series, you will never find any NZ player angry, instead they will be smiling in a corner.

Due to these gestures, the Kiwis have built a reputation of being the nice guys if cricket. However, as Virat stated, no one from other terms can be called bad guys. As all the teams are trying to win more and more trophies for their nation.

Whatever be the case, it is a personal opinion of fans after all and not everyone will agree to it. As of now, most fans are wondering which team will lift the WTC trophy for the first time in the history of cricket.

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