With no cricketing action going on due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, cricket stars across the world are keeping themselves busy in different activities.
While some are interacting with their fans and followers on social media, some are picking their all-time XIs and favourite players from the past and modern-day cricket.
Recently, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson featured in Star Sports’ Cricket Connected show and spoke on various topics, including his ‘bromance’ with India captain Virat Kohli.
“Yes, we are fortunate to play against each other. It has been great to meet at a young age and follow Kohli’s progress and his journey,” Williamson said. “It’s been interesting, we’ve had to play against each other for a long period of time,” he added.
“But actually, probably over the last few years we just shared our views on the game, some honest thoughts and found some common grounds despite, perhaps, playing the game little bit differently in terms of physically and maybe our on-field characters I suppose,” he added further.
Williamson and Kohli might come up against each other in the near future, either in the Indian Premier League (IPL) or at the T20 World Cup, depending on the decision taken by the board members at the ICC meeting on June 10.
Before COVID-19 outbreak halted the sporting events, the Virat Kohli-led India side toured New Zealand, where they clinched the T20I series 5-0 but coped clean sweep in ODIs (3-0) and Tests (2-0).