Watch: Virat Kohli sits where Sachin used to sit, reveals team India’s bus driver

With the conclusion of the T20I series and One-Day International series, Team India are all set to take on the hosts England in the five-match Test series slated to commence from August 1.

Team India keep touring nations across the year to play in different parts of the world. Luckily, team India is never alone. Their fans always shower their blessings on the men in blue wherever they go.

One more companion who makes team’s journey hassle-free is their driver Mr. Jeff Goodwin, their bus driver.

The BCCI posted a video on their official website on Saturday where they introduced Team India’s bus driver.

Their caption read, “Say Hi to Mr. Jeff Goodwin. #TeamIndia’s bus driver gives interesting insights about various cricket teams who have been his passengers all these years. P.S Jeff loves this Indian Cricket team. Find out why”

In the video, Jeff says that batting legend Sachin Tendulkar always used to right in front next to him. He also said that now Indian skipper Virat Kohli sits there who is quite notorious and often pulls his leg.

He also revealed that Yuzdendra Chahal calls him ‘old man’ and the way Suresh Raina auctioned his jersey to extend his help for his ailing wife.

He also called MS Dhoni a fantastic wicket-keeper.

Jeff  Goodwin said that he like Team India’s professionalism the most.

I have noticed how the game has evolved since my time. Earlier, the Australian team, for example, used to sit in their changing room after the game till 2 am, but now it doesn’t happen. And this Indian team, I’ve never known a cricket team as professional who come out of the stadium immediately once the game gets over. I like their professionalism a lot, ” he signed off.

India will play a five-match Test series against England from August 1.

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