T20 World Cup: We couldn’t realize our goals.. It’s sad.. Kohli emotional on Team India’s exit

Fans and former players are criticizing Team India, which has made its way home from the mega tournament. Posts are being pushed to purge the team. In this background, Team India’s star cricketer Virat Kohli reacted to the defeat in the World Cup tournament.

Team India went home in the T20 World Cup leaving crores of fans disappointed. They lost the second semi-final match against England on Thursday and exited the tournament. With this, the Indian team’s hope of receiving a short World Cup after 15 years was not fulfilled. Fans and former players are criticizing Team India, which has returned home from the mega tournament. Posts are being pushed to purge the team. In this background, Team India’s star cricketer Virat Kohli reacted to the defeat in the World Cup tournament. He made an emotional post on social media saying that he is sad to leave Australia without fulfilling his dream. ‘We have to leave Australia without realizing our dream. We suffer a lot for this, but we bring with us many unforgettable memories. We aim to improve from here. Thanks to all the fans who came in large numbers to support us in the T20 World Cup. I will always feel proud to wear the Team India jersey and represent the country,” wrote Kohli.

Even though Team India failed in this prestigious tournament, Virat performed brilliantly. Kohli scored four half-centuries in six matches played. Similarly, Kohli (296) continues to be the top run scorer in this tournament. There are chances of getting the player of the tournament award. And to talk about Team India’s performance in this World Cup, it is only Kohli and Suryakumar. Apart from these two, no one else made much of an impact. And Rohit Sharma, who won five titles as a captain in IPL, failed completely as the captain of Team India. He was completely disappointing as a batter too. This has increased the demands to remove him from the captaincy.

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