IND v. ENG 2nd ODI “The big batsmen want to get the big 100”: Sunil Gavaskar on the land of Virat Koli from the century

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India skipper They grow kohli again failed the three-digit mark until he came back after scoring 79-ball 66 in the second ODI against England in Pune on Saturday. Although Collie sewed 121 booths with KL Rahul to lay the groundwork for a large sum, the prolific batsman eventually fell victim to Adil Rashid for the ninth time in international cricket.

Kohli, who lived to 35 after a wicketkeeper Joss Butler missed the chance to regulate the supply of Rashid, reached the 62nd half of the century – his fourth consecutive fifty. However, the 32-year-old still could not reach a hundred.

Former Indian captain Sunil Gawaskar, during a break in the middle of the inning, commented on Koli’s drought over the century and said the Indian captain would be “disappointed” if he missed another century. Kohli’s latest international tone came 489 days ago against Bangladesh day / night.

“Well, he will be disappointed to some extent. Because when you fight so well, you have done the hard work, you have reached 60. A batsman of this caliber with this greatness will always continue to receive three-digit innings. He has failed to achieve this. “Gavascar told Star Sports.

After leaving Kohli, Rahul and Rishabh Pant added 113 tracks for the fourth leash for less than 13 overs. Pant quickly shot 77 out of 40 while Rahul raised his fifth ton of ODI to feed India to 336/6 for 50 overs.

“He (Kohli) will be happy to build a partnership. That England, despite getting early weekends, has not been able to get through the vata. He is helping the team get a platform they like. Hardik Pandya, Rishabh Pant, Crowned Panda he can play big hits and take India after 300, “Gavascar said.

“He contributes as a batsman, no doubt about it. But there will still be a little disappointment. Every batsman has that. If you go out for 5, 6 in the early stages, you know you’ve got out. You can’t do much.

“But when you get to 50-60, every batsman in the world wants to get to a hundred. The big batsmen want to get a big 100, and he doesn’t get it. So he’ll certainly be a little disappointed,” he concluded.



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