As per report india skipper virat kohli not only won his team's game against west indies on friday but also won the Man of the Match award for his 50-ball 94 and he now has 12 Man of the Match awards. Afghanistan's Mohammad Nabi with the T20I format joint highest. Interestingly, shahid Afridi holds 11 awards with the second position.
Furthermore it was a typical kohli innings to start with and he struggled a bit until entering the 20s. In the meantime he kept looking up to the tempo, but the ball just didn't find his bat in the middle, but all that changed once KL rahul was dismissed. Maybe things changed drastically as he went from strength to strength. In the end, it was his knock consisting of six sixes and an equal number of fours that saw india cruising home with eight balls to spare even though they were chasing a mammoth target of 208.
When talking about the game, kohli said that all the young batsmen don't watch the first half of my innings. That was really bad and I was trying to hit too hard (smiles). It was just a matter of keeping up with the game because I didn't want to put KL (Rahul) under pressure, so I tried to strike at 140, but I couldn't get enough. But I started going to get Jason (Holder) over from that. He said, "What I went through was wrong and played according to the second half of my innings. I was trying to hold my shape and realized I was not a slogger, so tried to rely on my timing. Whenever I play t20 cricket I am not. Someone who comes to the ground and hits the ball in the air and entertains the crowd. I focus on the job. Our strength as a team is to strike in the latter half of the innings ".