Master huntsman Kohli proves king of the chase once more
Virat Kohli appears able to produce miracles with his bat and the India captain masterminded yet another successful chase in Sunday’s (15) run-feast against England to enhance his reputation as the second innings king of one-day cricket. Batting second allows a batsman to set his tempo according to demand, yet it is considered a true litmus test of stroke-making excellence due to the constant scoreboard pressure. This was never more evident than when the opposition racked up 350 runs and reduced India to 63-4 like England did in Pune on Sunday, threatening to spoil Kohli’s first match in charge since…
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