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One should be brave enough to write off Virat Kohli: Aaron Finch

||Xtra Time Web Desk: Australian T20 Captain Aaron Finch in a press conference on Monday, praised Virat Kohli for his bold comeback in the recent..

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Xtra Time Web Desk: Australian T20 Captain Aaron Finch in a press conference on Monday, praised Virat Kohli for his bold comeback in the recent Asia Cup Tournament. Finch termed Kohli as “one of the greatest players of all time. You’d be a very brave man to write off Virat at any stage. He has shown for 15 years now, which is why, he is one of the greatest players of all time. Particularly in T20 cricket, he is someone who has developed his game and grown his game over for such a long period. You are always trying to prepare to the best of your ability when you are coming up against Virat.”

Virat Kohli scored 122* Runs off 61 Balls in Asia cup tournament which was also his maiden T20I century. To which Aaron Finch stated, “He is superb. 71 International Hundreds, that is just ridiculous, isn’t it.”


Virat Kohli scores 71st hundred after 1019 days I AsiaCup2022

Former Australian coach John Buchanan on Sunday, also said “Outstanding batsmen like Kohli do not need too much to regain their confidence and belief in their ability to score runs. I would suggest that one of the reasons why Kohli made the hundred was that he was in little doubt that he could and would score runs.”

India will play their first T20I match against Australia in Mohali, on 20th September.

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Published Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2022 08:28:27 +0000

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