Virat Kohli T20 Retirement: Tears of joy in eyes, trophy in hand, Virat Kohli retires from T20 cricket, know what he said?

While India has won the title of T20 World Champion for the second time by defeating South Africa. After winning the title in the final match, Virat Kohli made a big announcement. In fact, Kohli called the final match the last match of his T20 career and said that this is his last T20 World Cup.

Virat Kohli did not score any runs in the entire tournament, but he played an important innings of 76 runs in the final match. He also led the team to a strong score with this innings. He was awarded the Player of the Match, and during this time he announced his retirement.

what did kohli say

After the match, Virat Kohli said that, this is my last T20 World Cup. This title is something we wanted to achieve. You think you cannot score runs and then it happens. God is great, this is my last T20 match played for India. We wanted to win the World Cup, everyone knew this. It is not something that if we had lost, I would not have decided to retire. This is the time for the next generation to come. It was a long wait, we were waiting for the ICC tournament.

Kohli further said, you look at Rohit who has played 9 T20 World Cups. This was my sixth T20 World Cup. Rohit deserved it. It is difficult to control emotions.

It is worth noting that Virat Kohli started his T20 career on 12 June 2010 against Zimbabwe. Kohli played a total of 125 matches for India. Kohli scored 4188 runs at an average of 48.69 and a strike rate of 137.04. During this, he scored one century and 38 half-centuries with his bat.

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