The Indian cricket team entered the ICC World Test Championship final with the intention of winning the title. Team India’s batting looked poor against Australia and the top order failed to score big. In the second innings, when the team was in trouble, Virat Kohli returned with an irresponsible shot, commentaries Sourav Ganguly and Ravi Shastri fiercely targeted him.
The ICC World Test Championship final between India and Australia was eagerly awaited. The Indian team won the toss and chose to bowl first. Got early wickets but Australia retaliated on Team India and the matter got worse. In the first innings, Travis Head and Steve Smith completely changed the match. -AP
Travis Head scored 163 and Steve Smith scored 121 runs. In the first innings, the Indian team’s batting flopped badly but Ajinkya Rahane saved the shame. 89 in the first innings while 46 in the second innings. Virat Kohli definitely scored 49 runs in the second innings but because of the way he got out, he has to face criticism.-AP
Team India had a target of 444 runs and on the last day, ahead of 164 runs, Team India came out to play. Virat Kohli came out to play ahead of 44 runs and returned after scoring just 5 runs. He shot the ball going away from the off-stump and Steve Smith jumped in the air and took the catch.-AP
Former coach Ravi Shastri was seen fuming with Sourav Ganguly, who was commentating on Virat Kohli’s dismissal by playing an irresponsible shot in the second innings of the World Test Championship final against Australia. Together they advised him to learn from Ajinkya Rahane’s batting style and move forward.-AP
Sourav Ganguly told on Virat Kohli’s shot that how he had to lose his wicket due to unnecessary batting on the ball going out. As soon as Ganguly started talking about the way Kohli was dismissed, former Indian coach Ravi Shastri interrupted him and said that the shot was wrong. If you put 3 more with 3 stumps, then that was the place where Virat Kohli went to play the ball. -AP
Sourav Ganguly and Ravi Shastri compared Virat Kohli’s shot with Ajinkya Rahane. Showed a video of almost identical shot of both, in which talked about the way both of them stood and started the shot. Ganguly told that while Rahane was away from the leg stump, Kohli was moving forward. India’s defeat resulted in a batting collapse.-AP