Virat Kohli Removes Rohit Sharma, Rahul Dravid From His Gratitude Speech, Takes Unexpected Names.
Virat Kohli is once again playing at the top of his game. In the third and final game of the series in Kerala, India defeated Sri Lanka by a score of 317 runs, with Kohli scoring his second century in 2023.
He did so while maintaining the outstanding form he had found since late 2022. After the important win, Kohli offered the three members of the Indian team’s support crew a million-dollar hug in appreciation for their efforts to the team’s success.
When the front-line performance is successful, the huge effort made by the backend team members typically goes unrecognized. The success of the show as a whole is frequently attributed to the performers that the audience watches.
Virat Kohli made an amazing gesture after the Indian team lost the series by introducing Raghu, Nuwan, and Daya, three members of the team’s support staff who are skilled in throwdowns.
Virat Kohli Removes Rohit Sharma, Rahul Dravid From His Gratitude Speech, Takes Unexpected Names
“You all know Raghu, we have spoken about him a lot. Then there is Nuwan. He is from Sri Lanka, but he is more Indian now. And Daya. He joined a couple of years ago and he has been an integral part of the team now. In my opinion, they have given us world-class practice everyday. They challenge us in the nets like any 145+ or 150 kmph bowler would do and always try to get us out.
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At times it feels intense, but for me, that has been the difference in my career from where I was as a cricketer before I started getting these kinds of practice to where I am now. A lot of credit has to go to how these guys have helped us practice regularly. Their contribution has been unbelievable. You guys should remember their faces and names, because behind our success a lot of effort is put in by these guys,” he said.
After a three-match T20I competition, Team India will play a three-match ODI series starting January 18 against New Zealand.