Kohli Calls For Change, Pujara Set To Be Sacked? Deets Inside

After India’s devastating loss in the WTC Test Championship To Moguls Kiwis, Indian skipper Kohli underlined ‘changes’ on board. Virat added that the team is working on formulating reasons for the loss and hopes to learn from them.

For the uninitiated, India set an easy target of 139, getting bowled out for 170 in the second innings. The Kiwis turned the match, gulping the piece of cake lying in, toasting on their success. Veteran Ross Taylor and Kane Williamson’s unbreakable partnership did the magic on reserve day.

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Needless to say, the team deserves this win for displaying the best after all the hard work that went on the field.

The post-match press meet saw a disappointed Kohli calling for improvising the techniques of attack in the long format of cricket as well. He highlighted the need to start things afresh, with a new perspective. His underlining the need for players who take risks on-field raised eyebrows.

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Many suspected that Kohli’s attack might be targeted over veteran Pujara’s erratic form throughout the test. Pujara was seen out of touch in the WTC final as the one-downer opened his account on the 36th ball in the first innings of India. He quickly succumbed to pacer Trent Boult after scoring 8 runs. Even in the second innings, the Test dependable walked back to the pavilion on just 15 runs in 80 balls.

The 33-year-old has not seen a century since 2019, and in the eighteen matches played, his batting average stands below 30.

Will Pujara get sacked?

We need to wait to see all questions get answered.

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