Virat Kohli not happy with journalist’s question, Champions trophy 2017 final

Indian skipper Virat Kohli and his men were done and dusted by the Pakistan team yesterday. The final of the Champions trophy 2017 was won by Pakistan with a huge margin. India list the game by 180 runs and this is a result which the Indian media and fans are not ready to accept.

The Indian media is trolling its own players. Virat Kohli in his post-match presser conference gave his detailed analysis of the game. He gave answers to the media personals of their questions. He said that Pakistan played them out in all three departments of the game.

Virat Kohli was totally confused on the first question he was asked at the presser. He was unable to understand what the journalist wanted to ask. At the end the media manager of the Indian team asked the other journalist to just ask his question.

The question was regarding any pleasant moment but the media man failed to present it in a way that Kohli can understand. At the press conference the Indian media personals asked a lot of questions regarding the biggest defeat for team India in current times.

No one was giving Pakistan a chance in the event. Then they reached the finals. In the finals everyone thought that Pakistan will be easily outplayed by the Indian team. Indian batting was thought as to be much stronger than the bowling line up of Pakistan.

Now as per Kohli Pakistan was absolutely brilliant with the bat and ball. They outplayed his men in all three departments of the game and did not let them make a comeback in the game at any stage. Kohli said that the momentum was with Pakistan with the way they bated first.

Kohli said that the kind of start Fakhar and Azhar gave to the Pakistani team was ideal and after that it gets really hard to stop the batting side from posting a huge total. This was meant to happen as Pakistani batting got some good runs on the board. The bowling was brilliant as well from the Pakistan team. It was a comprehensive performance from the Pakistan team.

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