India vs Pakistan, Asia Cup 2016: Virat Kohli’s Performance

Virat Kohli’s Complete Performance vs Pakistan: Asia Cup 2016- India vs Pakistan

India’s one of the best player Virat Kohli helped India to win 4th game of Asia Cup 2016- India vs Pakistan on 27 Feb 2016. Virat showed eye catching performance in the ground Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka. He just missed his 50 in this match but scored 49 runs from 51 balls. Well played by great player Virat Kohli who added 49 runs to win India against Pakistan.

Virat Kohli’s Wicket vs Pakistan : Asia Cup 2016

Virat Kohli tried to flick the ball but missed and gets hit on the pads. Pakistan appealed for an LBW and umpired raised his finger. The great Indian Player Virat Kohli went out of the ground with scoring 49 runs in 51 balls. You an watch Virat Kohli’s Wicket vs Pakistan in Asia Cup 2016 on official site, starsports as well as hotstar.

Virat Kohli significantly added 49 runs more to the India’s total. Virat hits 7 boundaries. Virat Kohli has won 3 man of the match awards in his last 5 games. After receiving  Man of the Match award in India vs Pakistan Asia Cup 20166,  Virat claimed that – “It wasn’t an easy wicket to bat on. I wasn’t too happy with myself in the last game. Sometimes you need to respect the opponents. I made a few mistakes in my last innings. I need to give time for myself. I want to compliment Mohammad Amir. I congratulated him when I was batting as well. Hats off to him with the way he bowled. My intentions is always to be positive. You need intent but intent doesn’t mean you have to smash every ball out of the park. You need to respect conditions much more. For me T20 is generally the extension of shot selection we play in Tests and I’m glad the team went on to win today. It’s important to change your shots. You need adjustment and you need to be switched off mentally. Key is to stay calm, stay relaxed.”

Comfortable win for India in the end. All thanks to a masterclass knock from Virat Kohli. India were reeling at 8/3 in the third over but a 68-run stand between Kohli and Yuvraj sealed the deal.

Suresh Choudhary

Pursuing Mechanical Engineering University of Pune, India. Young blogger blogging at From the childhood I was loving sports. Now I have started working on SportsGyaan along with my Graduations. Follow me on social media below.

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