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Kohli’s Interesting Comments On Shot Of Century

Team India is showing its dominance in the ongoing World Cup tournament.

By:  Tupaki Desk   |   11 Nov 2023 6:33 AM GMT
Kohli’s Interesting Comments On Shot Of Century

Team India is showing its dominance in the ongoing World Cup tournament. India is at the top place in the table as it won all the eight matches it had played. Team India is looking strong in all departments-batting, bowling, and fielding. Fans are quite happy with the performance of Men in Blue.

While talking about the batsmen, a special mention is required for Run Machine Virat Kohli. He is called King Kohli and he is playing up to the expectations. He recently scored his 49th century in the ODI format and equaled the record held by Sachin Tendulkar. Now he made some interesting comments on the six that came from his bat against arch-rivals Pakistan in the T20 World Cup.

Fans cannot forget the iconic shot he played against Pakistan’s Haris Rauf in the Two World Cup last year. He played a straight six off Haris Rauf. No one predicted that Virat Kohli would surprise everyone with his brilliance. Virat Kohli reacted to his six and said: “I have seen this a lot of times, but these small things in the middle, these are very special. Till this date, I don’t know how I pulled off that shot but it happened.”

Kohli said that it is better to learn new shots than to focus on becoming a complete batter. There are two things in making technique and skill better.“There is one thing that is practice on technique and on skill. There is one where you think about techniques that you can use to win the match or if I can play like this, this is an improvement for sure. A lot of people don’t know this about the improvement of batting,” Kohli said.

The game will improve if we think about what to add to batting to get close to the win. It is good to focus more on learning new shots rather than on becoming a complete batter. With this additional runs can be scored and teams can win, he observed.

Talking about Virat Kohli’s outing in the current World Cup, he played eight innings and scored 543. He has a strike rate of 88 and averages 108. He scored four half-centuries and two centuries so far. He remained not out in three matches. Recently ICC announced his six off Haris Rauf as the “Shot Of The Century”.