Virat Kohli wins award of greatest moments of men st world cup in T20 World Cup history

Greatest Moments of T20 World Cup: The date of the sixth T20 World Cup (T20 World Cup 2021) is now near. Before this, the golden memories of the T20 World Cup are being refreshed. In this tournament, those moments are being remembered, which are included in the ‘Great Moments’ of this game. An innings played by Indian captain Virat Kohli 5 years ago was considered to be the rarest of these moments and this innings of Kohli was given the title of Greatest Moments.Also Read – Axar Patel must be thinking – what mistake did I make, Irfan Pathan raised the issue, said – by choosing Shardul ..

Virat Kohli played this brilliant innings against Australia in the 2016 T20 World Cup, in which he scored an unbeaten 82. In the race for this award, Virat’s innings was against West Indies’ Carlos Brathwaite’s match-winning 4 sixes in the final over of the World Cup final. Brathwaite scored 24 runs in the last over against England in this match and helped West Indies win the 2016 T20 World Cup title. Virat won this award by 68 percent votes. Also Read – If Lance Klusener is to be believed, then these 3 Indians will create a ruckus in the T20 World Cup, it will be difficult to stop

If we talk about that innings of Kohli, then India’s match against Australia in the 2016 World Cup was the last match of Group 2 of the Super 10 stage. It was played on the ground of Mohali. Before this match, the campaign of both the teams went in such a way that their last group stage match was a do or die situation for both. India needed 161 runs against Australia to reach the semi-finals with New Zealand. Also Read – Most Run in T20 World Cup: Virat Kohli’s bat speaks a lot in T20 World Cup, figures will blow his senses

The hosts were reduced to 49/3 in 8 overs and Yuvraj Singh was seen twisting his ankle and limping with pain. But after Kohli came to the crease, Nasser Hussain had said from the commentary box, ‘The bigger the chance, the more Kohli would like to contribute.’

Kohli played his innings with caution to complete his fifty in 39 balls and then when Team India needed 45 runs from 21 balls. Kohli immediately changed gears to take James Faulkner for 19 in the next over, bringing the required run-rate to 10. 19 were needed in the last two overs and Kohli hit four fours against Nathan Coulter-Nile.

At the start of the next over, skipper MS Dhoni ended the match with a slog at long-on, but there was no doubt who brought up an unforgettable batting masterclass and 82 off 51 balls to beat Australia. Unbeaten on scoring runs. The spirited celebration of Kohli tells how much victory and knock mean to him.

(from IANS)