Virat Kohli looked back on track in T20 World Cup
Indian team out of the World Cup after losing in the semi-finals
Many players of Team India returned home on Saturday
New Delhi. Former Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli’s bat spoke fiercely in the T20 World Cup. Kohli scored 4 half-centuries in the current T20 World Cup. Despite this, Team India was out of this prestigious ICC tournament after losing in the semi-finals. Team India’s wait for the 15-year-long title drought got longer. England defeated India by 10 wickets in the semi-finals, shattering their dreams of winning the title for the second time. Virat Kohli returned home from Australia empty handed on Saturday.
Virat Kohli, 34, was spotted at the Mumbai airport in the morning. During this, he was seen taking photographs with the fans. Virat was wearing a mask on his face. Kohli was wearing a cap on his head. Wearing a T-shirt and lower, the former captain left for home after getting photographed in his car. Many pictures of Virat, one of the legendary batsmen in modern cricket, at the Mumbai airport are viral on the internet.
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Virat Kohli returned to Mumbai on Saturday.
Then Virat Kohli expressed his disappointment on social media
Virat Kohli had already expressed his disappointment of not reaching Team India’s final. Kohli wrote on social media, ‘We are leaving Australia with disappointment in our hearts, without achieving our dream but we are taking many memorable moments with us as a group.’
Virat Kohli scored the highest 296 runs in 6 matches
Virat scored the highest 296 runs in 6 matches in the current T20 World Cup. He scored 4 half-centuries during this period. Kohli scored runs at a strike rate of over 136. During this his best score was 82 not out. Kohli’s batting average in the World Cup was 98.66. Virat remained unbeaten 3 times in 6 innings.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : November 12, 2022, 14:04 IST