BCCI Is Partial, Virat Kohli Came Back To Form Because Of So Much Time Given To Him- Sunil Gavaskar. Former Indian captain and well-known batsman Sunil Gavaskar believes that Virat Kohli’s poor performance was mostly caused by a few unlucky deliveries. The former starting pitcher stressed the need of having the go-ahead right away when a batter goes up to bat, regardless of size.
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The first ODI cricket team to win by a margin of 300 runs or more and the team with the highest victory margin in terms of runs in the history of the 50-over game were both achieved by Team India on Sunday.
The third and final ODI between the Men in Blue and Sri Lanka was won by them at Thiruvananthapuram.
Thanks to scores from Virat Kohli (166*) and opener Shubman Gill (116), India scored 390/5 in their 50 overs. In their bid to reach 391 points, Lanka put up almost no opposition, and after Mohammed Siraj (4/32) launched a crushing powerplay spell, it seemed like the game was finished. After knocking the opposition out for just 73 runs, India trounced them by 317 runs.
According to Sunil Gavaskar, Virat Kohli’s poor performance was largely caused by a few unlucky deliveries.
BCCI Is Partial, Virat Kohli Came Back To Form Because Of So Much Time Given To Him- Sunil Gavaskar
“When you’re in a bad phase, often your first mistake becomes your last one. No matter how great a player you are, when you’re new to the crease, there is that initial period where you’re vulnerable and that’s where Virat Kohli was getting dismissed,” Sunil Gavaskar said.
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The Men in Blue set a mammoth 391-run total for Dasun Shanaka and Co. in the final ODI at Thiruvananthapuram on Sunday, January 15. Siraj then finished with figures of 4/32 in 10 overs as the Lankan Lions were routed by 317 runs after giving up for 73.
“Luck didn’t favour him in those little moments back then. That’s why I had told you all to stay patient because that was just a bad phase that was going to pass away” Sunil Gavaskar Added.