Virat Kohli announces retirement from T20Is after winning T20 World Cup 2024


Virat Kohli made the choice to retire from Twenty20 International cricket following India’s victory over South Africa.

Virat Kohli made the choice to retire from T20Is after India’s thrilling seven-run win in opposition to South Africa within the 2024 Men’s T20 World Cup. He was honored with the Player of the Match award for his spectacular 59-ball 76 in his ultimate T20I, a efficiency that performed a vital function in India securing its second World T20 title.

“This was my last T20 World Cup, this is exactly what we wanted to achieve,” Kohli stated within the post-match presentation on Saturday. “One day you feel like you can’t get a run and this happens, God is great. Just the occasion, now or never kind of situation. This was my last T20 game playing for India. We wanted to lift that cup.

“Yes I’ve (introduced my retirement from T20Is), this was an open secret. It was not one thing that I wasn’t going to announce even when we had misplaced. It’s time for the subsequent technology to take the T20 recreation ahead. It’s been an extended look ahead to us, ready to win an ICC match. You have a look at somebody like Rohit, he is performed 9 T20 World Cups and that is my sixth. He deserves it.”

Virat Kohli made his T20 debut in June 2010 and has since performed in 125 T20Is, amassing a complete of 4188 runs. This spectacular file consists of one century and 38 half-centuries. Kohli’s distinctive efficiency has secured him the place because the second-highest run-scorer in T20Is, with solely Rohit Sharma surpassing him on this regard.

Nilesh Desai
Nilesh Desai
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