Virender Sehwag tells the Indian players, "Win the World Cup for Virat Kohli."

Virender Sehwag wants the players to win the World Cup for Virat Kohli in the same manner as the Indian squad did for Sachin Tendulkar in 2011.
Virender Sehwag tells the Indian players, "Win the World Cup for Virat Kohli."

With the release of the big event's itinerary, the countdown to the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 has begun. India would be eager to seize the chance to end their lack of ICC trophies after last winning the World Cup when it was mostly staged at home. The 2011 squad wanted to win the World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar, and Virender Sehwag, a former star of India, wants the team to strive to accomplish the same for Virat Kohli.

In a conversation on Star Sports following the release of the World Cup schedule, Sehwag emphasised how Kohli is not only a brilliant player but also a person who constantly strives to help people.

"For Virat Kohli to win the World Cup, everyone must succeed. He is a fantastic human being and a great athlete because he always lends a hand to other players "he declared.

Also, Sehwag compared Kohli to Tendulkar, noting how both players consistently gave it their all on the pitch.

"Similar to Sachin Tendulkar is Virat Kohli. He plays, talks, and approaches the game in various ways. His drive and passion are astounding. He consistently gave 100%. He assisted cricketers and excels in all areas ".

"Every time Virat Kohli competes in significant events, he gives everything—and more—than anyone else on the squad. He will undoubtedly be enthusiastic about this planet. And everytime he participates in this world cup, a lot of people will support and cheer for him ".

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Sehwag responded that it was very likely that Kohli would surpass Tendulkar's record for the most tonnes scored in ODI World Cups.

"I frequently advise young people, including my own children, to take lessons from Virat Kohli. He plays until the very finish without ever throwing his wicket "he declared.