Virat Kohli Issues A Strong Warning To England Ahead Of The Headingley Test.
Following their victory at Lord’s, Team India now leads the five-match England versus. India test series. After smashing England by 151 runs at Lord’s, Indian captain Virat Kohli and his side will be hungry to beat the host once more when the two teams meet in the Headingley Test, which is slated to begin on Wednesday, August 25.
The Lord’s Test featured not only a spectacular battle between bat and ball but also some heated exchanges between players from both teams. Following the second Test triumph, Virat Kohli stated that the on-field events during the second test provided the squad the drive to finish the match.
In a virtual news conference before the third Test, Squad India captain Virat Kohli confirmed that the team will continue to play an aggressive brand of cricket in the future. It was extremely fulfilling after what happened on the morning of day five (Lord’s Test), and it simply proved that this team is not going to back down and take a backward step when challenged,” he added.”We play together, we play to win, and we don’t allow anyone, any opposition, to take us lightly, he said. We know, and they know, that we will always compete and find methods to win cricket games.
The Team India captain also spoke at the press conference about the necessity of keeping their feet on the ground and maintaining discipline because England is one of the toughest countries to play in. He stated, In England, you’re never established as a batter. You must put your ego in your pocket and proceed to the crease. You must be disciplined and patient. Every day, your mentality matters. You must be precise because, in my view, England is the most difficult nation to bat in.
England skipper Joe Root claimed in a news conference before the third test against India that his side has taken some “positive learning” from the setback at Lord’s last week on how to confront Kohli’s squad and that they are now “desperate to bounce back” at Leeds. He went on to say, “I believe the most important thing for us in terms of the theatre and everything else surrounding the game is that we play the game as we want to play it and take care of it as best we can.”And not to become too sidetracked or sucked into something that isn’t about us. We have to be true to ourselves, true to how we are as people and as a group and be the best we can be. Now, Virat and his squad will play their game, and all I want is for us to go about our business and be the greatest versions of ourselves.
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