Big statement from Ben Stokes about Virat Kohli, told – What Virat doesn’t like about the pitch. News in Hindi

Pune: England’s all-rounder Ben Stokes has made a big statement about the behavior of Indian team captain Virat Kohli on the cricket pitch. Ben Stokes said the aggressive move may be suitable for Virat Kohli and his Indian side, but it is not suitable for England.

England doesn’t like Virat’s way

Ben Fokes (Ben Stokes) was asked about Indian Captain Kohli’s aggressive gesture during the wicket commissioning or celebration. Stokes said, “Every team and player takes a different approach on the pitch to be successful. This method has not been better for us in the past four to five years.

Stokes made a big statement about Kohli

Ben Stokes said: “We stand for what’s best for us and that makes our team a better team. Each team has its own path. India has its own way and ours. We asked Stokes who he liked about a good or aggressive Virat, and he said, “Personally, I want him not to score, because it’s not good for us.”

Danger on England’s No.1 ranking

England are at risk of losing first place after losing by 66 points in the first ODI, but Stokes said it didn’t matter to them. He said: “We were entitled to number one because we had good results and we played well in cricket and we will not deviate from it. It’s a really good thing to be number one, but it’s not an inspiration to us.

Stokes has no problem landing at number three

In the absence of Joe Root, this versatile must fight at number three. Stokes revealed he hasn’t changed his mind about the new role. He said: “ I really wanted to know his mentality at number three on the road. Its clear message was, keep playing while you play.

Root’s own way of playing

Stokes said, “Root has his own way of playing and that doesn’t mean I play the same. At number three I can have 100 balls to play, whereas I usually play 60-70. I don’t see too many changes. I might have to face a slightly different situation, especially at the start of my innings.

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