Virat Kohli is a belligerent bloke who loves to get into tussles. Getting into petty tussles and arguments definitely charges him up and that pretty much makes him unstoppable.
Kohli, once again guided India to victory in the Asia Cup final at Mirpur as he batted with a cool head. As soon as the game was done and dusted, he was interviewed at the ground. Kohli admitted that he loved it when the opposing crowd went against him.
“I enjoy the crowd being against me, it pumps me up, the more they boo me the more it motivates me,” said an ecstatic Kohli. Speaking about the game, Kohli said, “It was a tricky situation, Rohit getting out early, credit to Shikhar for the way he batted, delivering when the team needed the most. The 94 stand was the game changer.
I back myself to find boundaries and hit the gaps, I don’t try to hit too many sixes.”
India’s team director Ravi Shastri was over the moon as he said, “Just told them it’s a final, enjoy it. Remember the celebrations Bangladesh did when they beat us, so just get the bloody job done.
We have a good all-round side, packed with power hitters … any of them can fire. If any area we have to tighten up, it is the bowling department. Tremendous self-belief, the tour of Australia was extremely important, bouncing back to win four matches after losing the first four. I was not surprised one bit when they chased this down.”