"I don't think Kohli will be under pressure. He has produced the goods time and time again. He is a world class player and the guys follow what he does. He is certainly one of the best in the world," Kallis said.
Since the ICC Champions Trophy finale loss in 2017, India have won 10 ODI series out of 12. The two losses came against England in 2018 and Australia earlier this month. Kohli led the side to wins in South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
"Kohli I believe can go as far as he wants to. He is a world class player. He is hungry. He works hard. He has proved that over the years. The main thing about him is that he keeps it simple," said the Proteas legend.