INDIA TOUR OF AUSTRALIA
- Virat Kohli said that he does not expect Australia to be quite calm
- Kohli said that he does not see the teams in such a situation where they will lose control
- India is looking to win its first Test series in Australia
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WE WON’T CROSS THE LINE BUT WILL GET INTO THEIR HEADS: VIRAT KOHLI
Next, to the Adelaide Test, Captain Virat Kohli said that India will not cross the line but will be in the head of Australian cricketers. “It will be there… it is not going to happen at the level, which happened in the past, where both the teams have lost control, “he said. We do not expect that people just come, bowl and go ahead,” he said further.
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Since the beginning of 2014-15, India has won 26 of their 46 Tests to move up to number one. India announced a 12-member team for the series opener on Wednesday, Bhuvneshwar Kumar opted to go with Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami, and Jasprit Burma as the think tank for important defaults. In the batting department, Rohit Sharma and Hanuma Vihari Ravichandran Ashwin will be included in the shootout for the number 6 with the specialist spinner.
“Obviously, there will be times when you have to put pressure on the batsmen. It is not necessary that you have to cross the line, but you come in your head from any side of the world, not just in Australia, it will be there, But this is not going to happen at the level which has happened in the past, where both the teams have lost control, “Kohli explained in detail.
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Andhra batsman Vihari made a half-century in the first innings in the first innings against England – his shocking seven hits and a six – but followed it with a duck in the second dig. However, he could have contributed to the ball bowling department. In England, he took three wickets in 9.3 overs in the second innings. Prior to landing on Sydney, Vihari followed 86 and 51 runs for India A in New Zealand.
Kohli said that even if he does not see “some radical phenomenon” if the team has to bother to disturb the batsman’s rhythm, then he does not even think of a little brain. After all, this is not “harmful”.
“If the situation is going on your way and you think that you are against an important person in the opposition, then you will work hard on that person, whether it is in your body language or just two or two words. I do not do anything radical because the skill set is very high and we will not need to get involved in anything, but if the situation is difficult, There are ways to disturb the rhythm of rhythm. I think some striking is not harmful. ”