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Sourav Ganguly replied on the question related to Virat Kohli, said- In Test and ODI…

Nearly a year and a half has passed since the captaincy dispute between former Team India captain Virat Kohli and former BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, but still its news keeps coming. Recently during the IPL match against Delhi Capitals, Virat’s reactions went viral. At the same time, the issue of ignoring each other in the first match was also discussed a lot. However, both shook hands in the second match and Dada congratulated Virat. The issue was raised by Australian legend Justin Langer during the ongoing WTC final as well. Now during this final Sourav Ganguly is part of the commentary panel, he was asked about Virat.

During the match on Star Sports, a question was asked to Dada about Virat Kohli on the break show. Regarding the question related to Kohli, Sourav Ganguly said that Kohli’s Test record is excellent and his figures in ODI format also show that he is a big player. On the other hand, the former BCCI President further said that Virat is such a player who likes to play under pressure and his best is seen only under pressure. Virat’s fans may be happy to hear Sourav Ganguly’s statement but he disappointed with his batting at the Oval.

Australia had a score of 469 against India in the WTC final being played at The Oval. In response, the Indian team had lost the wickets of its four top batsmen including Virat Kohli for 71 runs. Virat Kohli scored 14 off 31 balls and was caught by Steve Smith off a high-bouncing ball by Mitchell Starc. His poor performance in this great match has given a big blow to the Indian fans. After getting out his chill reaction and banter with Gill was also quite viral on social media. However, Ganguly did not give any statement on Virat regarding the performance of this match.

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