IND vs AUS: Virat Kohli blames batsman after losing 1st test to Australia by 8 wickets | IND vs AUS: Virat Kohli gets emotional after embarrassing loss, batsmen boiled

Adelaide: 46 years ago, in June 1974, the Indian team was stacked on 42 points against England. Which was the lowest score of Team India’s test heats so far. But in the first test against Australia, the Indian batsmen fell apart like playing cards. The team were in full swing for just 36 races and Virat Sena held an embarrassing record.

After this disappointing performance by the team, Indian captain Virat Kohli is seriously injured and he admitted he didn’t have the words to express the heartbreaking loss in the first day-night test against Australia. .

Kohli blamed the drummers for their team’s lower score, which showed no kind of passion.

The Indian team were knocked out for 36 in their second inning and Australia won the first test by eight wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the four-game series.

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Kohli (Virat Kohli) said after the match: “It is very difficult to express your emotions in words. We had a 60 point advantage and after that our sleeves were broken. You keep yourself in good shape by working hard for two days and in an hour suddenly the situation changes and victory becomes impossible ”.

He said, “I think we should have shown a little bit of emotion today. I should have declared his intentions. He (the Australian bowlers) played the same way in the first innings, but our mindset was to score points.

Kohli (Virat Kohli) said the Australian bowlers had some good balls but nothing new from the first innings. He said, ‘I believe that was the state of mind. it was clear. It looks like it’s very difficult to score points and the bowlers’ confidence has increased. It was the lack of spirit and the conveyor of the Australian bowlers to play in the right field ”.

Kohli will now return home for the birth of his first child. In his last three test matches, Ajinkya Rahane will lead the team.

Kohli (Virat Kohli) said: “ You really want to commit to the team. Better results would have been really good. But I am convinced that the players will make a comeback during the Boxing Day Test.

The second test match will take place in Melbourne from December 26.

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