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December 7, 2022
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No total good enough with poor fielding, says Virat Kohli after the defeat in Trivandrum

Team India Captain and skipper Virat Kohli was allegedly disappointed by the poor fielding as he allegedly held poor fielding and not deciding to bat first responsible for the defeat.

West Indies allegedly ended their 7-match T2OI losing streak against India on Sunday as Indies defeated India by 8 wickets to take the 3-match series into a decider. 

India skipper Virat Kohli said in a post-match presentation: “Numbers say a lot of things. They can say a lot of things that aren’t there as well. I think we were good for 16 overs while batting. But then last four overs we got only thirty. We need to focus on that. Shivam’s knock helped us reach 170. To be honest, WI bowled cutters and their change of pace did not help us. But if we field so poorly, no amount of runs will be enough. We were poor with the field in the last two games. We dropped two catches in one over. Imagine if they lost two overs in the same over. Everyone saw we need to be braver in fielding.”

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