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Kohli's aggression has become India's strength, says Tendulkar - Rediff.com Cricket

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Kohli's aggression has become India's strength, says Tendulkar - Rediff.com Cricket
Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar said he noticed the aggressive 'spark' in Virat Kohli when he made his India debut and that characteristic has rubbed off on the entire team.
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