Is there anything he can't do? ICC shares clip of Virat Kohli bowling in nets ahead of pink-ball Test - WATCH
Indian captain Virat Kohli's love for bowling is a secret to none. At the start of his international career, Kohli was a regular part-time bowler and used to contribute with a few overs when asked. However, in the past few years, Kohli has refrained from bowling at the international level and has remained focused on continuously improving as a batsman.Nonetheless, he never shies away from rolling his arms over in the nets or training with the Indian team. One of the best batsmen in the world at present, Kohli has 4 wickets each in ODIs and T20Is and has bowled for India in all three formats of the game. On Tuesday, the Indian skipper was seen trying his hands at spin bowling during Team India's training session at the Motera Stadium.Ahead of the pink-ball Test against England at the newly-renovated stadium, Kohli was spotted bowling with the likes of R Ashwin and Umesh Yadav. While both Ashwin misses the stumps, the delivery from Kohli manages to crash through the middle of the two stumps. ICC shared a clip of Kohli's bowling and wrote - "Is there anything @virat.kohli can't do?" View this post on Instagram A post shared by ICC (@icc) A post shared by ICC (@icc)While he last picked up a wicket for Team India in the semi-final of the T20 World Cup against West Indies in 2016, Kohli had bowled in a practice match between India and Cricket Australia XI on India's tour Down Under in 2018 and had scalped a wicket. He has not bowled for India since 2016.While he is unexpected to take the ball in the upcoming third Test against England at the Motera Stadium, Kohli will be looking to notch up a big knock and bring an end to his century drought. The Indian skipper had scored a fine 62 on a difficult track at the Chepauk in the 2nd Test to help India secure a huge 317-run win and level the series 1-1 after going down in the series-opener.Kohli will be looking to start from where he had left in Chennai and help India continue their winning momentum in the four-match series. The Indian skipper remains the only batsman to have scored a hundred for India in pink-ball Tests.