What mistake did Virat Kohli make? (PC-PTI)
New Delhi, Virat Kohli is one of the best batsmen in the world to say but the way this player lost his wicket in the final of the World Test Championship was really disappointing. Virat Kohli Scott Boland tampered with the ball very outside off stump and Steve Smith took his best catch in the slips. Along with this wicket of Virat Kohli, Steve Smith also gave him a befitting reply.
Now you must be thinking that how did Steve Smith reply to Virat Kohli and why did this happen? Let us tell you that when Steve Smith got out in the second innings, Virat Kohli went to him after the end of the day’s play. Virat Kohli told Steve Smith that his shot was bad. Steve Smith had lost his wicket while playing a big shot off Jadeja’s ball. Smith also agreed that his shot was bad. This conversation was revealed by Justin Langer during the commentary.
What did Virat do when Smith played a bad shot?
Steve Smith played a bad shot but Virat Kohli went ahead of him too. This player tried to drive on Scott Boland’s extremely wide ball. The ball took the edge of his bat and went to the second slip and then Steve Smith took an amazing catch and strengthened Kohli on his return to the pavilion. Virat Kohli himself was telling Steve Smith what a bad shot he had played and when his turn came, he went further ahead than the Australian batsman in this matter.
Virat Kohli did not live up to the expectations
On the fourth day of the game, Virat Kohli was looking in amazing touch. 44 runs had come off his bat but on the fifth day he lost his wicket playing a bad shot. The fans had hoped that Virat, who is called Chase Master, would give victory to Team India, but those hopes were shattered.
Virat Kohli failed in World Test Championship
Let us tell you that Virat Kohli is failing in the final of the World Test Championship for the fourth time in a row. In both the innings of the first final, Virat Kohli scored 44 and 13 runs. This time Virat was out on 14 and now on 49 in the first innings. Means Virat Kohli did not score a single half-century in the final of the World Test Championship. It is clear when the number 1 batsman of your team plays like this, then how will the team win?
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