Thu. Oct 17th, 2019

Responding to Rabada’s ‘novice Kohli’, say – come forward again …

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Team India captain Virat Kohli has responded to his statement by South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada, one of the world’s most dangerous bowlers. Let us know that Kagiso Rabada called the Indian team captain Virat Kohli as immature. Kohli responded on Tuesday and said that he would be confronted with a face-to-face rabada.

However, Kohli has praised Rabada and has called him a world class bowler. India and South Africa have to clash in the ICC World Cup-2015 match on Wednesday.

Kohli said, ‘I played Rabada many times in front of me. I think we will talk to each other on whatever matter we need to talk about. I do not have to give a reply to this press conference for this. He is a world-class bowler. They have such a qualification that they can destroy any batting on any given day. “

Regarding his team, Kohli said that Jadhav is now completely fit. He was hurt in the shoulder. Kohli said, “Jadhav is now completely fit. Ravindra Jadeja is also batting with maturity. We know that we have covered all areas. We are ready to play here in every situation. ‘

South African fast bowler Dale Steyn is out of the World Cup due to a shoulder injury. On this, Kohli said, ‘I feel bad for them. He was very happy when he was in Royal Challengers Bangalore and was bowling well. He was always motivated to play for South Africa. I can understand this situation by taking it. ‘

Kohli said on Tuesday that bringing the spinning spinners in the team after the Champions Trophy has proved to be a big and important step for the team.

India will start its campaign in the ICC World Cup-2015 on Wednesday against South Africa in the first match.

Kohli said, “What is learned from the Champions Trophy is that we play those cricket which we know. The better team won the finals. We have reduced the gap We have come with a wrist spinner who takes wickets in the middle overs. We have become a better team than the Champions Trophy. “

The 30-year-old batsman has expressed confidence in his team. Kohli said, “There has been a gradual improvement in the first week. There were some unilateral matches, with some light match. But they have come to know that the team that maintains mental balance is benefited by that team. “

Kohli said, “We have to use our experience to play better in the match of South Africa. The team that can face pressure can win the tournament. “

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