MOEEN ALI ON KOHLI: A 'PROPER BIG DOG' IS COMING TO SURREY

Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes gave an insight about their RCB Captain Virat Kohli, with Moeen hailing Kohli as a ‘proper big dog’.

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Chris Woakes: Christopher Roger Woakes is an English cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-fast pace bowler who found success at Warwickshire to the extent that he topped Warwickshire's 2008 county bowling averages, and was selected for the England Lions squad as well as the preliminary
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Kohli: 'Kohli' [koli] is a well-known surname originating from Punjab in north-western India.