CAPE TOWN: Virat Kohli has honestly revealed his fondness for wrist spinners on many occasions, and after gaining an unequalled 3-0 lead in the six-match ODI series versus South Africa, the India skipper feels the duo of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav will show to be “enormous X-factor” in the 2019 ICC World Cup.Continuing their supremacy in the continuous series, the spin twins picked four wickets apiece on Wednesday to bundle South Africa out for a meagre 179 after Kohli’s 34th ODI heap propelled the tourists to a huge 303/6 in the 3rd ODI at Newlands here.Chahal and Kuldeep have actually so far represented 21 wickets
in between them at an average of 9.05, in the three matches so far, triggering Kohli to confess that the duo is slowly making a strong case to function in the five-day format.”Those are things that are rather a bit away from now,”Kohli stated when asked of the Test
possibilities of Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal, especially away from home. “Look they are clearly making a really strong case on their own, bowling in these conditions and making advancements like we haven’t seen prior to.”It’s impressive to see two guys just completely spinning a web around the opposition. There does not appear to be a method out at all. It boggles the mind. Taking eight wickets today. Impressive, “the skipper told reporters after the 124-run win over the Proteas on Wednesday.Kohli backed his wrist spinners saying the duo might get sometimes be belted for runs, however passing the method they bowl, both could turn out to be enormous X-factor for the men-in-blue throughout the World Cup in England next year.” I don’t have words to describe this. Credit to them. Both have been striving on their game. Both are very brave in terms of how they bowl and the kind of fields they want too.
“” They may get pinched hit 70-odd in the next game. There is no problem in that because you know that if they bowl assaulting lines then they will end up selecting two-three wickets every game.”
In these conditions now and we are going to play the World Cup away from home, that I believe is going to be the huge X-factor for us,” the skipper added.IANS