The first match of the ODI series between India and Sri Lanka (IND vs SL) was played in Guwahati. The Indian team won the match by 67 runs. Team India’s former captain Virat Kohli scored an inning of 113 runs while scoring his second consecutive century. Virat Kohli’s 113 off 88 balls helped India restrict Sri Lanka to 306 for eight after posting 373 for six in the first ODI.

Virat Kohli hints at retirement after becoming man of the match

This was the 45th century of Virat Kohli’s ODI career, while it was the 73rd century of his international career. Due to this brilliant performance of King Kohli, he was awarded the title of ‘Player of the Match’ in the post-match presentation. After receiving this award, Virat Kohli gave such a statement, after which the tension of the fans must have increased. Actually the matter was something like this, Virat made a statement after the match referring to the last match.

What did Virat Kohli say

Virat Kohli hints at retirement after becoming man of the match

Virat Kohli, who played a key role in India’s victory against Sri Lanka with a blistering 113, said he approaches every match with the attitude that it is his last. After the match, Virat Kohli said, “One thing I learned is that frustration gets you nowhere. You don’t need to make things complicated. Play without any fear in the field. I can’t hold onto things. You have to play for the right reasons and play every match as if it is your last and just be happy about it.”

Virat Kohli hints at retirement after becoming man of the match

He further added, “The game will go on. I’m not going to play forever, I’m in a happy place and enjoying my time. I don’t think I did anything different in my innings. My preparation and intention are always the same. I felt I was hitting the ball well. It was close to the pace I play with, I understood we needed an extra 25-30 runs.

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