Twitter abuzz with praise for Kohli
Virat Kohli single-handedly guided India to semifinals of the ICC World Twenty20 championshps with his master-class 82 not out.
Twitterati was abuzz with praise for Virat Kohli after he single-handedly guided India to the semifinals of the ICC World Twenty20 with a master-class unbeaten 82-run knock in the must-win last group match against Australia in Mohali.
Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar led the tributes for Kohli, terming his last night’s innings as a “special” one.
“Woooow @imVkohli …special it was… Great win, fighting all the way! #IndvsAus,” Tendulkar tweeted.
— sachin tendulkar (@sachin_rt) March 27, 2016
Another batting legend Brian Lara said Kohli was an “unbelievable” batsman.
“Anyway can anyone send me videos of @imVkohli as a teenager batting #unreal best timer of a cricket ball I hv seen,” the West Indian great wrote on his twitter handle.
He is just an unbelievable batsman! No need to say anymore
— Brian Lara (@BrianLara) March 27, 2016
“He is just an unbelievable batsman! No need to say anymore.”
Kohli’s team-mates Yuvraj Singh, Harbhajan Singh and Shikhar Dhawan also praised Kohli for his batsmanship and match-winning abilities.
Well what can I say ! There are players who r in form and there is @imVkohli who wins you games again and again ! Hats of you beauty
— yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) March 27, 2016
“Well what can I say ! There are players who r in form and there is @imVkohli who wins you games again and again ! Hats of you beauty,” Yuvraj tweeted.
Harbhajan added: “JEO KOHLI JEO MERA SHER.What an inn??????what a champion player u r my lil brother @imVkohli @BCCI ??????swad aa Gaya yara drallo drallllll?????????”
“Hats off to Virat’s great knock!! Lots of learning from him!!??????,” Dhawan tweeted.
Former Pakistan off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq was also full of praise for Kohli.
Great performance by India and a great innings by @imVkohli
— Saqlain Mushtaq (@Saqlain_Mushtaq) March 27, 2016
“Great performance by India and a great innings by @imVkohli,” he tweeted.
BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur tweeted: “Great effort @imVkohli. You’ve shown a great temperament. All the best Team India for semis. @BCCI.”
Australian cricketers Glenn Maxwell and just-retired Shane Watson, who witnessed Kohli’s brilliance from close quarters on Sunday, said they were beaten by a cricketing genius.
Well… That innings was a different level…
Not a lot more to say really…
Absolutely shattered. Beaten by 1 cricketing genius. #toogood
— Glenn Maxwell (@Gmaxi_32) March 27, 2016
“Well… That innings was a different level…Not a lot more to say really…Absolutely shattered. Beaten by 1 cricketing genius. #toogood,” Maxwell wrote.
Watson added: “@imVkohli What an absolute pleasure to witness that tonight. INCREDIBLE. Can’t wait to finally be on the same team @RCBTweets. #waytoogood.”
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