T20 World Cup Virat Kohli delighted to have MS Dhoni as mentor know what he think India vs Pakistan match

Virat Kohli Press Conference before T20 World Cup 2021: The T20 World Cup will begin with the Oman and Papua New Guinea match from Sunday, October 17. This match will be played from 3:30 pm Indian time. Before the T20 World Cup, Indian captain Virat Kohli answered many questions related to the team by holding a press conference. There were also questions related to the India-Pakistan match from Mahendra Singh Dhoni becoming a mentor.

Virat Kohli expressed happiness when former captain MS Dhoni joined Team India as a mentor. In the press conference, Kohli said that I am very happy with Dhoni’s joining. Dhoni’s presence will increase the enthusiasm of the team. Not only this, Dhoni is also excited to be back in the Indian dressing room. The players of the team will get a lot of benefit from the presence of Dhoni. He has so much experience which is going to be very helpful for the team.

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The match against Pakistan is on 24th

The World Cup match between India and Pakistan is to be played on 24 October. According to news agency PTI, Virat Kohli did not give importance to the hype about the match against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup, saying that despite the huge demand for tickets, it is like a normal match for him. The Indian team has never lost to Pakistan in the World Cup. Pakistan captain Babar Azam has said that he is sure that his team will definitely win this match on October 24.

Virat Kohli said this about the match

Kohli said that he does not believe in making big claims. Asked if he finds the India-Pakistan match any different, he said, “I have never felt that way. He said that I feel it like other matches. I know there is a lot of hype about this match, especially the demand and sale of tickets. He jokingly said that he had to refuse many friends who asked for tickets. He said that at this time the prices of these tickets have gone up tremendously. That’s all I know. My friends are asking me for tickets from all sides and I keep telling them ‘no’.