Virat Kohli falls for the sixth time in nervous nineties

Virat Kohli falls for the sixth time in nervous nineties

Virat Kohli falls for the sixth time in nervous nineties

"Not really (could never dream it)", Kuldeep said. According to IndianExpress, Kuldeep said, "Conventional spinners have only one or two variations but wrist spinners have the quality to deceive the batsmen".

"Specially for Warner, generally I bowl outswingers to him in Tests also so I knew there is a good chance I can get him out". In this year, his highest score is 15 against Australia in 6 games. This channel is famous in India for telecasting the every live cricket match played by Indian cricket team.

When asked what he thought before bowling the hat-trick ball, Kuldeep said, "I asked Mahi bhai what I should bowl, he said 'tujhe jaisa lagta hai wo daal (bowl what you want)'". "I don't think his (Dhoni) role has changed".

It could prove to be a tough task for the Aussies, who have found it hard to negotiate the oppressively humid conditions through the afternoon, and with the two Indian wrist spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Chahal likely to get assistance from the wicket.

"Two young spinners bowling with a lot of heart, getting us those breakthroughs against a top quality side speaks volumes of their characters".

"On Pandya who smashed a career-best 83 off 66 balls, and starred with the ball, picking the key wickets of Australia skipper Steve Smith (1) and Travis Head (5), Kohli said: "He (Hardik) believes in himself".

Earlier, skipper Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane slammed fifties before Australian bowlers made a stunning comeback to restrict the hosts to 252 all-out. "It's another good innings from Virat", Ganguly, who is also the president of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB), told reporters here during the innings break. "I am proud of my achievements so far, and I am sure I have many more games in me", added Smith, who proved his world class potential on this ground, when he flew to take a catch in the IPL (for the now defunct Pune Warriors India) in 2012 on the boundary line. To be honest, the wicket wasn't easy to bat on throughout the day.

We certainly tried. I brought Coulter-Nile to try and get a wicket and saved (James) Faulkner for the back end. After Rohit Sharma failed to come to grips with the two-paced surface, it took an admirable effort from Kohli and Rahane to get India going.

"I always try to create that kind of motivation for myself, whoever I am playing against because it's very important to respect the opposition and prepare in the same way".

Coming on to bat after the early dismissal of Rohit Sharma, Kohli looked in great touch and along with Rahane shared 102 runs off just 111 deliveries for the second wicket to set the base for the total. "Did not come off in Chennai, so it did not look nice".

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