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World Cup 2019: Kohli does not have big match players, then Virat

 In the semi-finals of the World Cup, the New Zealand team has defeated India by 18 runs. New Zealand scored 240 runs before batting first, winning the toss and chasing the runs, the Indian team became impractical on 221 runs. At the same time, Team India captain Virat Kohli is considered one of the world's all-time batsmen. Indian captain has set many records Kohli, who scored 41 centuries in ODIs, remained silent in the semi-final. He returned to the pavilion by scoring 1 run.

New Zealand's left-arm fast bowler Trent Bolt made the Indian captain lbw out in the Indian camp. Virat Kohli is doubtless a great batsman, but he has proved to be lucky in many major ICC tournaments. The expectations of Cricket Fans are always a great performance in the big matches with captain Virat Kohli. But on many occasions, Kohli was unable to prove himself 'Virat' and returned the early pavilion. The 30-year-old batsman was once again flopped in Manchester's Old Trafford and fainted the fans.

Once Virat Kohli was dismissed with 1 run, 2015 World Cup semi-final was reminiscent Then the second semi-final of the tournament was being played between India and Australia in Sydney. The Indian team needed 329 runs to win. Virat Kohli had the burden of expectations that he would play the big innings and bring Team India to the final. But what happened exactly the opposite Virat Kohli was caught by Mitchell Johnson in the hands of wicket-keeper Brad Haddin and gave a tough blow to the team India. Virat also returned to the pavilion after scoring 1. Team India lost the match by a huge margin of 95 runs. Kohli proved to be a loser in the big match.

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