RCB vs PBKS: ‘What more do you want from me?’ Virat Kohli weeps at the gods of cricket

emotional rollercoaster: crisis of Virat Kohli Keep going. In the steep, playoff-enhancing chase, Kohli partied, flashing the famous, fanciful, chess-master twinkling. But a familiar nemesis smelled the glowing embers of hope, as it hurried into a slightly strange ball to pull it. The umpire decided that Kohli was not out, had not hit the ball on his hips, landing it in the air and into the palms of Rahul Chahar at short fine leg. But Punjab reviewed somewhat confidently, even though it was winning in pain, uncharacteristically for the one who disobeyed it. As it turned out, Snicko showed a clear spike from the bottom of his glove.

Kohli though was furious, cursing skyward, perhaps cursing the cricketing gods who conspire against one of the greatest batsmen of his time, or perhaps cursing his own judgment when he played that shot. Was. At one point, he looked up and said, “What more do you want from me? F*** me!” Maybe it was all emotion, a mix of regret, despair, bewilderment, as he was shouting something to himself as he was dragging himself into the dugout. If the feelings were a window into the soul of an expressive cricketer like Kohli He is definitely a devastated man, a singer who has lost his voice in his desperate search for a redemption song.

Hasranga – Threat of middle overs

Wanindu Hasaranga entered the tournament with doubts about his caliber and Rs 10 crore price-tag. As the group stage nears closure, he doesn’t love the audience with his celebrations and laid-back demeanor, but he has emerged as a middle-over wreck. No bowler took more wickets than him in this edition between the 7th and 15th overs.

Like most successful leg-spinners in this format, he mainly buys his wickets with his wrong wickets, driven from different angles and release points (to give you a sense of how different he is for different deliveries). bends, you have to watch his knee-flex), and at different speeds. Control and accuracy are critical to success, as well as the courage to bounce back after being hit. But recent changes to his technique have played a part in his success. His run-up was uncertain according to bowling coach Sridharan Sriram. “His run up has been a lot of ups and downs. He used to run fast, sometimes slow and there was a mixed pattern,” he says in an episode of RCB Bold. Batsmen used to guess their variations by picking these little clues. But With a short run-up, he has been far less predictable and far more successful.

डिसक्लेमर
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