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"Most Challenging World Cup": Virat Kohli Before Team Leaves For England - Dotemirates
21/05/2019

"Most Challenging World Cup": Virat Kohli Before Team Leaves For England

Virat Kohli, the Indian skipper, and head coach Ravi Shastri addressed the media ahead of Team India's departure to participate in the Cricket World Cup that is slated to begin on May 30 in England and Wales. Although this will be the third World Cup for Virat Kohli but it will be the first time that he will be leading the team. "It is the most challenging World Cup, any team can upset any any team. Team will have to adapt very quickly," Kohli said at the press conference in Mumbai on Tuesday. "We expect all kind of scores in...


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