West Indies tour: Will not curb Kohli's aggression, says coach Kumble

| Monday, July 4, 2016 - 15:14
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New Delhi: Ahead of its West Indies tour, head coach of Indian cricket team Anil Kumble on Tuesday said that he will not curb Virat Kohli’s aggression on field.

“I love Virat's aggression, I was aggressive myself. I will not curb someone's natural instinct,” said Kumble.

Citing that everybody is positive, Kumble said that the crew understand each other.

“As part of a team, we understand each other on patience,” said the former leg-spinner.

Kumble also expressed that Team India will be certainly winning against the Caribbean side.

“West Indies are a tough side but we still have two weeks before the first test. We will try various combinations. Only a few have played in West Indies but we have the experience. We need to constantly improve,” he said.

Kumble, the first Indian bowler to reach the milestone of 600 Test wickets said that everybody in the team knows how important it is to be the ambassador of India.

He also said Ravichandran Ashwin’s injury is not so serious and he will be fit to play.

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