What Virat Kohli’s innings against Australia in World T20 teaches us?

What Virat Kohli’s innings against Australia in World T20 teaches us

India’s star batsman Virat Kohli played a superb innings against Australia in World T20 match at Mohali. His unbeaten knock of 82 runs is one of his best innings so far especially in a pressure game. Australian players were dominating the game right from star but in the end Virat turned the match single handedly to India’s favor. Here is what Virat has taught all of us with his innings.

Be patient

Virat played little slow for first few overs. He could not take chances as the wickets were falling at other end. He stayed there and waited for right time to speed up the run rate.

Develop partnerships

Even though wickets were falling at regular intervals but he tried to build partnerships. First with Yuvraj and then India’s captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. These partnerships in the end helped India won the match.

Stay cool

The way India’s required run rate crossed 12 in an over he could have easily lost his focus. But he didn’t lose hope and his cool while playing his shots. He didn’t give a single chance to Australian team to dismiss him.

Stay till the end

He knew it’s important for him to continue batting till the last. He remain unbeaten when India won the match. It’s important learning for all of us that we should stand like a rock until we finish off our tasks.

Prepare yourself

After the match Virat did mention that his performance was the result of his hard work and sacrifice off the field in gym and practice on ground. He gives full attention to what he eats and how he makes his life disciplined.

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