Sunday, June 16, 2019

IND Vs PAK: Remembering the Champions Trophy before the match, Virat Kohli came back, saying that the career was over

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alking about his most high-pressure mum during the Indo-Pak match, Virat said, "In 2009, the Champions Trophy was the most pressing moment for me against Pakistan. On that day when I came to the crease, I played a very bad shot, after which I could not sleep till 6 am. '

New Delhi: Indian captain Virat Kohli is one of the few batsmen in the world who, when he listens to great names, great bowlers also bowl in bowling. However, there was a time when, after a short time after stepping into the cricketing world, he felt that now his career is going to end. His journey with cricket was so far, but it is another matter that he is considered to be one of the world's greatest batsmen today. Describing his most turbulent time, he mentioned about a game played against Pakistan about 10 years ago, describing it as the worst time of his life.

Talking about his most high-pressure mum during the Indo-Pak match, Virat said, "In 2009, the Champions Trophy was the most pressing moment for me against Pakistan. On that day when I came to the crease, I played a very bad shot, after which I could not sleep till 6 am. On that day I was feeling that my career just ended here and now I will never play cricket. This experience was the worst, never before did I feel like this'

Tell us about Virat Kohli's 16 runs in the Champions Trophy against Pakistan in 2009 in Centurion, after which India had to face defeat by 54 runs. While talking about the most fun match played with Pakistan, he said, "In the semi-final match of the 2011 World Cup, I stood on non-strikes and I had listened to Shahid Afridi and Wahab Riaz's conversation. It was a very funny affair, but I can not tell anything about what talked between them. "

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