southamptonIndian captain Virat Kohli on Thursday said that just one Test match does not present a “true reflection” of his team, even if it is the World Test Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand here and he will consider it another match. Taking the same. For the Indian captain and his team, the WTC final is like a Test debut with young players trying to make their way into the team. Kohli said on the eve of the final against New Zealand, ‘One match of five days. Nothing is known from this and those who understand the game know what has happened in the last four or five years. He said, ‘If we win then cricket will not stop and even if we lose, cricket will not stop. We are playing to excel and understand what we are as a team. The Indian captain said that despite the forecast of rain on the first day, the team will choose a combination that has balance in all departments. Asked if he would also look into the possibility of rain and cloudy skies, Kohli said, “A team with enough depth in batting and bowling resources.” Asked if this is the biggest cricket match of his career, Kohli said, “No. This is another test match. All these things (WTC Finals) look good from outside. No one match can be a do or die match. It’s a wonderful moment but cricket also moves on like life. “There is a need to seize this opportunity and nothing is more important than the first Test I played as young players trying to make it to the team. We need to believe in our abilities. It is a fight between bat and ball.
[Attribution to NBT]