Gavaskar raised questions on Virat Kohli. (Photo-PTI)
New Delhi. Team India world test championship lost the final of In the match played at the Oval, Australia unilaterally won by 209 runs. After this big victory of Australia and the humiliating defeat of Team India, now the process of rhetoric has started. Former captain Sunil Gavaskar even raised questions on the entire Team India including Virat Kohli. Sunil Gavaskar even said that Virat Kohli probably played a bad shot in the run up to his half-century and his wicket fell.
Sunil Gavaskar said in a conversation with Star Sports that Virat Kohli’s shot was very bad. What was that shot after all? The ball was tampered with very outside off stump. Gavaskar said that to win the match you have to play long innings, you have to score a century. How will the batsman score a century if he hits the ball going outside the off stump.
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Did greed drown Virat?
Virat Kohli was dismissed for 49 runs in the second innings of the final. He caught Steve Smith in the slip on Scott Boland’s going out ball. Sunil Gavaskar said that the players of Team India had to bear the brunt of their very bad shots. He raised questions from Cheteshwar Pujara to Rohit Sharma. Gavaskar looked very disappointed that such a strong batting lineup could not stand on the wicket even till lunch.
I hope Indian fans won’t abuse Sunil Gavaskar for his opinion about Virat Kohli’s dismissal.pic.twitter.com/hSLNM6IVYG
— Abu Bakar Tarar (@abubakarSays_) June 11, 2023
Gavaskar’s sharp words on batsmen
Sunil Gavaskar said that it is very important to know the reason why the batsmen’s average is continuously falling. Something has to be done. Team India is losing because of batting. Team India’s batsman remains grandfather in India, there is a different scene outside.
Sunil Gavaskar speaking his heart out.
Bang on Sunny G pic.twitter.com/CXGrqvgHiZ
— Arya Harish (@iAryaHarish) June 11, 2023
Gavaskar said that it cannot happen that there is no criticism of the current team. Was Team India’s thinking right? Was the selection correct? Gavaskar said that you cannot run away from it.
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