Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson are arguably two of the best batsmen in modern-day cricket.

Kohli and Williamson are capable of taking the game away from their opposition. Kohli, since assuming control over the authority from MS Dhoni, has become the best Indian captain in Test cricket. On the other hand, Williamson also has a heavenly record as the head of New Zealand in the longest organization of the game in all formats.

Former England captain Michael Vaughan accepts that while Virat Kohli might be the best hitter on the planet, Kane Williamson is the best skipper in the current time in all formats.

Vaughan offered his remarks while responding to a tweet from columnist Piers Morgan, who has hailed Virat as an embodiment of discipline, center, and mental sturdiness.

Morgan was responding to what in particular was an entrancing meeting Virat Kohli as of late provided for his previous Teammate turned Commentator, Dinesh Karthik.

During the meeting, Virat Kohli opened up about his excursion, his bottommost extremes as a cricketer, and the vision that he has as an Indian commander.

“Fascinating interview with @imVkohli on @SkyCricket by @DineshKarthik. What a magnificent leader and man. The very epitome of a disciplined, focused, professional, and mentally strong elite sportsman. So impressive. No wonder he’s the best batsman & captain in the world,” wrote Piers Morgan.

Reacting to Piers Morgan’s tweet, Michael Vaughan wrote-

“Best batsman 👍 Kane Williamson is the best Captain across all formats 👍

Kane Williamson and Virat Kohli as of late clashed in the ICC World Test Championship last where the previous improvement of his Indian partner as New Zealand turned into the principal ever undisputed heroes of Test cricket.

In an interview once, On being asked about the duo of Kane Williamson and Virat Kohli, Vaughan minced no words as he said that the Indian skipper is only famous because he’s Indian and has a huge fan following on social media.

‘Virat is famous because he’s Indian and has Instagram’

“If Kane Williamson was Indian, he’d be the greatest player in the world, but he’s not because you’re not allowed to say that Virat Kohli is not the greatest, because you’d get an absolute pelting on social media,” Vaughan said.