Virat Kohli is trending Worldwide after his mind-blowing performance in T20 World Cup 2016 and especially against Australia. Virat Kohli is the Best Chaser of the current time. Virat Kohli’s power-packed knock that took India into the World Twenty20 semi-finals. Kohli’s unbeaten 82-run effort was the highlight as India chased down 161 in a tense group encounter against Australia in Mohali to enter the last-four stage. The hosts will take on West Indies on March 31 in Mumbai.
Many Former Legendary Cricketers praised Virat Kohli with so many words and “beyond phenomenal”. “Whatever little hair that I have, my hair was standing at attention watching the young genius. It was just mindblowing stuff,” Sunil Gavaskar said.
The brilliance of Kohli lies in the fact that he delivers under pressure and puts the team’s interest above everything else. when India needs runs or chasing runs, Virat wins the match for them every single time and it’s a combination of power and timing. It’s a combination of two hands, very few batsmen have this ability to play with both the top and the bottom hand.
Sunil Gavaskar praised MS Dhoni for using his resources well and the way he managed his temper. Dhoni had done a great job by making Yuvraj Singh to bowl against Australia, whose part-time left-arm spin got India the crucial wicket of rival captain Steve Smith.
India’s Captain Cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s remarkable ability to stay cool and take hard decisions brought to the front yet again in T20 World Cup 2016. His calm, encouraging captaincy was the primary reason why the rest of the team did not lose tranquility when Australia’s opening batsmen released a brutal attack on key Indian bowlers, Jasprit Bumrah and R Ashwin.
Most Experienced Indian bowler in team right now, Ashish Nehra was simply brilliant in the opening overs against Australia. Yuvraj hadn’t bowled a ball in this tournament but Yuvraj’s response was brilliant when his team was in need. Aussie players took 15 runs off Pandya’s final over was mainly due to unfancied Peter Neville squeezing out 10 runs in two balls. Else Australia would have been contained to a total of around 150.
One more thing to focus is that India’s top order is constantly failing to score big as Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma and Suresh Raina have lost their accuracy. You can have scores of 5, 10, 18 and 12 (Rohit Sharma), 1, 6, 23 and 13 (Shikhar Dhawan), 1, 0, 30 and 10 (Suresh Raina) during the ongoing ICC World T20 and still end up being in the semi-final. That is an aggregate of 129 runs by those three players combined while Kohli, has made 184 runs in the four innings he has played, winning two Man-of-the-Match awards on the way.
The Indian team does not have to be a one-man team, but they are doing their utter best to be branded as one.
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