Virat Kohli Six: Perfection may not be attainable. They say it’s an insurmountable mountain; can’t be climbed. You can be close to the summit with your continuous efforts but you can’t exactly be there. It’s a process.
And Virat Kohli is the epitome of an athlete at the height of his powers, playing with almost perfect finesse.
The difference between good athletes and best is subtle. For some, that slight margin is hard to negotiate, almost impossible to transact. But Virat Kohli is slightly away from the rest, and that margine makes him super elite in every possible way. He is unequivocally best when on song.
India were reeling at 20/2 when Virat kohli came into the bat, and the 32-year-old Indian captain picked up where he left off in the IND vs ENG 2nd T20I match, hitting shots at will almost right from the first ball.
He was so good, so easy on the eye that it’s hard to pick one particular shot from his impeccable inning.
Mark Wood was steaming in when Kohli picked him without moving his feet to hit the ball over long off. It was perfect shot. Enough to give goosebumps to a true cricket fan. Virat Kohli SIx, Watch it yourself:
Chasing is the safest route to victory these days, it seems. The first two games won by the teams winning the toss, with captains choosing to bowl first everytime. It was deja vu in that regard as Eoin Margon guessed it right and opted to field first. India struggled and could manage only 156/6 on board. Virat Kohli led the fightback, but his efforts were undone by the bowlers as England cruised to the target, winning by 8 wickets in the end.
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