The childhood coach of Indian Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav is not happy with the Indian captain Virat Kohli after the second One Day International against Australia. The Indian skipper Virat Kohli was declared as player of the match for his 92 runs innings.
Kuldeep Yadav also took a hat-trick in that game and was also the contender for the man of the match award. Kuldeep’s coach Kapil Pande surprised that Kohli didn’t share the award with Kuldeep for his brilliant bowling.
Pande said,”Kohli is a senior member of the team and he could have encouraged the junior players by sharing the honour. The wicket (at the Eden Gardens) was new and only helping the pacers and on this wicket the hat-trick achiever’s performance was remarkable. Initially, Kuldeep’s bowling was not up to the mark.”
“There was no proper line and length in his deliveries. I did bring this to his notice after the match when he called up and also advised him to concentrate only on proper line and length without worrying about the wickets. The wickets will come automatically,” he added.
India won that match by 50 runs and take a lead of 2-0 in this series. Virat Kohli played a sensible knock and also create a great partnership with Ajinkya Rahane. Unfortunately, he missed his 31st One Day International century.