Twitter and Instagram tweets by Virat Kohli cause MS Dhoni-style retirement rumours to surface.
In addition to reminding fans of the famous India vs. Pakistan game played at the MCG in front of over 90,000 spectators, Kohli’s message on Saturday also gave some of them pause.Because of the way the former India captain expressed his words, some fans wondered if he was copying MS Dhoni.
Virat Kohli’s most recent cross-platform social media tweet on Saturday confused fans and sparked rumours about his upcoming retirement. Kohli is currently having a sabbatical from cricket, along with teammates Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, KL Rahul, R Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, and Dinesh Karthik. On Twitter and Instagram last month, Kohli shared a photo of his innings against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup 2022’s Super 12 round at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Kohli had blasted an unbeaten 82 off only 53 balls to help India chase down 160 in the tense final ball. Since India at one point needing 28 runs off 8 balls, many lauded Kohli’s performance as one of the greatest T20 performances ever.
In addition to reminding fans of the famous India vs. Pakistan game played at the MCG in front of over 90,000 spectators, Kohli’s message on Saturday also gave some of them pause. “October 23rd, 2022, will hold a special place in my heart forever. Never experienced such excitement during a cricket match before. That was really a lovely evening, Kohli stated in his post.
Because of the way the former India captain expressed his words, some fans wondered if he was copying MS Dhoni. The illustrious former India wicketkeeper-batsman had posted on Instagram on August 15, 2020, to announce his retirement.
The common belief that India wants to rebuild its T20I team in the wake of repeated losses in multi-nation championships is one of the key reasons why some fans fear that Kohli may announce his retirement. According to rumours, stars like Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli may progressively quit participating in the game’s shortest format in order to focus more on one-day internationals in order to get ready for the World Cup that will be held in their country the following year.
The legendary right-hander, who finished with the most runs in the T20 World Cup, from which India was eliminated after falling to England in the semifinal, is preparing for the Bangladesh tour, which will begin on December 4.He was taken out of the ongoing limited-overs tour to New Zealand.In the ODI and Test series against Bangladesh, Kohli will resume playing.
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