After India’s victory against Bangladesh in the rain-delayed match at the Twenty20 World Cup 2022 on Wednesday, India’s all-format captain Rohit Sharma praised the batting prowess of Virat Kohli. The match was coached by Rahul Dravid. Bangladesh was the losing team. The run-machine that is Virat Kohli smashed another crucial half-century to assist India in upstaging the Shakib Al Hasan-led side during India’s Super 12 matchup against Bangladesh at the Adelaide Oval during the T20 World Cup. Kohli’s performance extended his streak of free scoring at the grandest stages of them all.
Rohit-led with a dramatic victory by five runs over Bangladesh in the rain-delayed match of the Twenty20 World Cup, Team India improved their chances of advancing to the semifinals of the tournament. In an interview with the well-known sports presenter Harsha Bhogle, Indian captain Rohit heaped praise on Kohli following India’s dominating victory over the team captained by Shakib. Kohli was awarded the title of Player of the Match for his performance.
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“In my perspective, he has always been there; it was only a matter of a few innings here and there, and he got it in the Asia Cup.” After the game, Rohit commented on Kohli, saying, “We never had any qualms, and the way he has been batting in this World Cup has been great and he is truly doing it for us.”
During his entertaining performance against Bangladesh at the Adelaide Oval, former Indian captain, and current Indian batsman Kohli broke many records. As Team India lead by Rohit scored their third win in the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup, the 33-year-old batsman who is currently undefeated on 64 off 44 balls contributed to the victory. The Indian team’s captain, Rohit, praised the team’s opening batsman, KL Rahul, for regaining his form at the T20 World Cup. During India’s exhilarating victory over Bangladesh at the Oval, the Indian opener scored a tenacious fifty runs off thirty-two balls, bringing his team closer to the victory.
“I also enjoyed watching King’s Lynn play today. We are aware of the type of player that he is, and we know that if he bats as well as he is capable of, it will put the team in a different situation. Our fielding was outstanding, and it was exhilarating to see some of the catches that we made. It is a high-pressure game, so the fact that our players were able to make such catches demonstrates their skill, and to tell you the truth, I never had any qualms about our fielding,” Rohit said. On Sunday, Team India will play their final match in the Super 12 tournament against Zimbabwe.