Monday, 8 November 2021

बतौर कप्तान आखिरी मैच के बाद बोले विराट कोहली- ये वर्कलोड मैनेज करने का सही समय

Virat Kohli said after the last match as captain – this is the right time to manage the workload

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In his last match as captain in the T20 Internationals, Virat Kohli said after the win over Namibia that it was the right time for him to handle his workload. Ga: Hardik Pandya

Asked about his feelings about the captaincy after winning the last match against Namibia, Kohli said, "First of all, I feel relieved. As I said before it is an honor but things have to be looked at from the right perspective. This is the right time for me to handle the workload. In the last six or seven years, whenever we have stepped on the field, we have played hard cricket, which has a great impact on the body.

"It was great, a great group of players and we did a really good job as a team. I know we didn't go that far in this World Cup but in T20 cricket we got some good results. Kaye and enjoyed playing with each other. Hopes were shattered: Shastri

Kohli has been leading the Indian team in all three formats of cricket for a long time and even before the ongoing T20 World Cup, he had announced that this would be his last tournament as Indian captain in this format.

Chasing Namibia's 133-run target, India scored 56 off 37 balls with the help of Rohit's two sixes and seven fours, besides Lokesh Rahul (54 not out off 36 balls, four fours, two sixes) He was dismissed for 86 runs for the wicket. With 28 balls remaining, he scored 136 runs for the loss of one wicket. Rahul also shared an unbeaten 50-run stand for the second wicket with Surya Kumar Yadav (25 not out off 19 balls).

Namibia could only manage 132 for 8 against the fast bowling of Jadeja (3 for 16), Ashwin (3 for 20) and Jaspreet Bumrah (2 for 19).

Kohli said that if the first two overs in the first two matches against Pakistan and New Zealand had been good, the situation could have been different. "T20 cricket will not make much difference. Things could have been different if you had played with more enthusiasm in the first two overs of the first two matches. As I said, we did not have the courage. We are not a team that makes excuses for losing the toss.

After the final match with head coach Ravi Shastri and a team of other support staff, Kohli thanked everyone. "Thanks to all these people, they have done a great job over the years and put the team together. There was a great atmosphere around the team, they are an extension of our extended family. They have also contributed a lot to Indian cricket. Thank you to all of us. "

Giving Surya Kumar Yadav a chance to bat at number three, Kohli said, "Surya didn't have much time to spend on the crease and I thought it would be a good memory for him. As a young player, You want to snatch some good memories from the World Cup. "

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