New Delhi, Mar 22: Showering praise on India's prolific middle-order batsman, Virat Kohli, former India opener Virender Sehwag has said even his kids can't move away from the TV set when the batting star is at the crease.
"The way Kohli is batting at the moment is amazing. It is difficult to take your eyes off the TV when he is batting. Even my kids want to see him bat," said Sehwag while commentating on the Indo-Pak clash.
After being reminded of his witty one-liners, the former Delhi opener had quipped during commentary that "Pakistan ko goli se nahi Kohli se dar lagta hain (Pakistan don't fear bullets, they fear Kohli)".
The Kings XI Punjab mentor sees India winning their next match comfortably against Bangladesh on March 23.
Talking about India's win against Pakistan at the Eden Gardens, the former opener richly praised the team's batting mainstay Kohli.
The once feared batsman also feels MS Dhoni has at least four to five years of cricket left in him.
"He is just 34, Sachin (Tendulkar) played till 40. He can play for another four years and it will be great if he can end on a high after the 2019 World Cup."