Ravi Shastri fires tracer bullet, says get Oxford dictionary to praise Virat Kohli | Memsaab.com

Ravi Shastri is famous for his tongue-in-cheek replies and had a word of advice for a scribe, who asked him if there is a new moniker that can be attributed to describe India captain Virat Kohli's greatness.

Kohli has racked up three more ODI hundreds in India's 5-1 series win against South Africa and people are finding it hard to come up with new phrases to describe his batting.

Kohli has racked up three more ODI hundreds in India's 5-1 series win against South Africa and people are finding it hard to come up with new phrases to describe his batting.
In This Image: Ravi Shastri, Virat Kohli
"I have a tip for you. If I was in your position I know what I would be doing tomorrow. I would be going to the bookstore and buying the latest Oxford dictionary, just to improve my vocabulary (in praise of Kohli), "Shastri said in jest.
 

Famous for his cliched one-liners during commentary like "tracer bullets" and "just what the doctor ordered",

Famous for his cliched one-liners during commentary like
In This Image: Ravi Shastri
Shastri sounded every bit like a broadcaster when asked about the kind of impact Kohli has had on the series. Huge (impact)! As a batsman? Fabulous - over 500 runs in 6 matches against a South African attack. Do I have to say anything more? Shastri replied with his customary smug.