Hazlewood, who has bowled to Kohli on various events, comprehends that attempting to get inside the Indian commander's skin or aggravate him up may not be the best arrangement.
Australia quick bowler Josh Hazlewood has expressed that he and the remainder of his partners lean toward avoiding running into Virat Kohli while he's batting. During the 2014-15 Border-Gavaskar Trophy, Kohli had his spats with Mitchell Johnson, Steve Smith and others; notwithstanding, there was no such face-offs seen during India's Test arrangement against Australia in 2018-19 which they won 2-1.
India are booked to visit Australia in the not so distant future. They will start the visit with a three T20I arrangement followed by a four-Test arrangement. With Kohli expected to be an essential factor behind India's battle, Hazlewood has said that he and the remainder of his Australian colleagues would lean toward keep away from any encounter and attempt to avoid any verbal duals that may bring the best out of the Indian chief.
"I believe it's an alternate case if the folks are batting and he's in the field, you realize they can get him drew in there and kind of work him out somewhat if conceivable, yet unquestionably when he was batting, it was simply leaving him to his own gadgets, and ideally, we get him in somewhat of a turned off disposition and exploit that," Hazlewood clarified.