Virat Kohli on Sunday dismissed an inquiry by a columnist who posed if India will consider dropping Rohit Sharma from the group for the rest of the competition.
Kohli said, “That is an exceptionally daring inquiry. What is your take, sir? I played the group that I thought was awesome. What is your perspective?”
“Will you drop Rohit Sharma from T20 worldwide? Will you drop Rohit Sharma? Do you know what he did in the last game we played? Incredible (giggles). Sir, assuming you need debate, kindly tell me previously so I can answer in like manner,” he added.
He additionally said in the post match show function that he had no doubts in conceding that his group was “outflanked” by Pakistan in the ICC T20 World Cup here however said his players are not the ones to press the signal for an emergency response.
Pakistan created a clinical work to pound India by 10 wickets for their first success in a World Cup match in 13 endeavors.
Pursuing 152 for triumph in the wake of placing India in, Pakistan got done with the job in 17.5 overs, leaving the Indian group and its huge number of fans staggered.
“We didn’t execute the things that we needed to yet credit is unquestionably due – they (Pakistan) outflanked us today,” Kohli said at the show service.
“At the point when you lose three early wickets it’s extremely challenging to return, particularly when you realize the dew is coming. They were exceptionally proficient with the bat too.
“Hitting through the line was not as simple in the primary half as it appeared to be in the Pakistan innings, so when you realize the conditions can transform, you wanted 10-20 additional runs.
“Yet, some quality bowling from Pakistan didn’t allow us to get off the squares. We’re absolutely not a group that presses the emergency signal, it’s the beginning of the competition, not the end,” Kohli said.