ICC WTC Final: ‘One Test Match over five days doesn’t reflect capabilities as a team,’ says Virat Kohli

ICC WTC Final: Indian skipper Virat Kohli leaves behind MS Dhoni’s record in the ICC WTC Final

ICC WTC Final: ‘One Test Match over five days doesn’t reflect capabilities as a team,’ says Virat Kohli.

ICC WTC Final: During the pre-match video conference ahead of the ICC World Test Championship final, Indian skipper Virat Kohli asserted that he is going to treat the upcoming game as ‘Just another test game’. He further said that one test match’s result is not a good way to judge what are the capabilities of the team.

“One game over five days. It’s not going to reflect anything and those who understand the game know and also what has gone over the period of last four to five years,’ Kohli said on the eve of the big final against the Black Caps,” said Virat.

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Kohli said that the game will go on for him and his team. If they win, they will keep playing and if they lose they will still play.

“If we win, cricket will not stop and if we lose also, cricket won’t stop. We are playing in quest of excellence and understand who we are as a team,” the eloquent Indian captain added.

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The skipper left no hints on the probable team combinations for the forthcoming test however said that the team will cover all the aspects.

“… A team with enough batting depth and bowling resources,” he said when asked if he would factor in the rain and overcast conditions. of the game.

When asked whether this is the highest points and most illustrious moment of his test career.

“No,” came the gentle reply.

“This is just another test game for me. These things look good from outside. One game can’t become a do-or-die game. It’s a great moment but cricket goes on just like life goes on.’ ‘The occasion needs to be enjoyed and no more important than the first Test that we all played as young players trying to rise through the ranks.”

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“We need to do what we have done in the past. Keep things simple and play hour by hour,” said Kohli.

India’s Playing11 for the ICC World Test Championship Final:

Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli (Captain), Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant (WK), Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammad Shami.

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