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Virat Kohli has to control his aggression: Mohammad Azharuddin

Virat Kohli, who lead team India in the absence of MS Dhoni and produced an unassailable 3-0 lead against Zimbabwe in the current 5 match ODI series, has always been in the sports column for his over dose of aggression on field. Former India skipper Mohammad Azharuddin, who considers Kohli as the next captain of team India, said that kohli has to reduce his aggression and behave like a leader.

 
"He has to tone down. You cannot be like that always. I know he is very good player. He has a big reputation. He is considered as the future captain and he has to behave like a captain," Azharuddin said to the media. 
 
In the second ODI aganist Zimbabwe, Kohli was given out to a controversial catch and he argued aggressively with the field umpire even after the third umpire gave out. Azhar continued, "Kohli's nature is different, I understand that but then everybody looks upto him. 
 
"Being aggressive is good but he has to be aggressive from inside, showing it on the outside won't help. If he tones down a little bit it will be good for him."
 
Azhar also added that it is difficult for seniors players to come back to the squad since the young Indian team is in good form and won three titles in a row. "It is difficult for the seniors to make a comeback, the young team has been doing so well. So unless some players get injured, it will be very very hard for these players to comeback. 
 
"But they have been playing for India for so many years, they are experienced players. They have to perform well at domestic tournaments. If they do well, they can comeback. They all are in the running," he added. 
 
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