Don’t know what Dravid said… I had stopped thinking, Virat remembered the best innings before facing Hitman

New Delhi. In their first match of T20 World Cup 2022, India defeated Pakistan by 4 wickets. Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten 82 in 53 balls in this match which went till the last ball in the Melbourne ground. In the 19th over, he hit two consecutive sixes off Pakistan’s speed star Haris Rauf. Virat termed it as the best innings of his T20. Recently, remembering that innings, Virat said, it is difficult to describe it.

Royal Challengers Bangalore will start their campaign in IPL 2023 with a match against Mumbai Indians on 2 April. Before this match, Virat Kohli said during an event, many people wanted to know from me what you were thinking at that time… how did you plan, but to be honest I had no answer. Virat said, I was under so much pressure at that time that my mind had completely shut down till the 12th and 13th over. I remember Rahul bhai (Dravid) came to me during the break, but I don’t remember what he said.

‘Difficult to play such innings again’
Virat Kohli said, I really do not remember anything and I told this to him (Rahul Dravid) as well. I told him that I do not know what you told me in the break. Virat said, I have no explanation about how I was able to play that innings against Pakistan. It is definitely very difficult to play the same innings again.

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Virat Kohli said, I stopped planning and thinking at that time, then I felt that something big is guiding me. I was trying to do this earlier also but it was not working. I learned then that stop using your mind too much because it takes you away from reality. I can never explain what happened that night.

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