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After the T20 World Cup victory, Kohli announced his retirement from T20 international cricket

Sarojini Bishi

New Delhi: Team India’s stylish batsman Virat Kohli has announced his retirement from T20 international cricket. After the ongoing T-20 World Cup match in Barbados, he announced his retirement. Team India defeated South Africa by 7 runs in the World Cup final.

Virat Kohli announced his retirement due to depression. This was his last T20 World Cup. “This is what we wanted to achieve,” he said. Virat thank God for his and his team’s success. He said that he was waiting for such a victory before retirement. So after the victory, he said that this was his last T20 match for India. Even if the team lost, he would have announced his retirement. But he thanked God for the victory.

It’s time to take the T20 game forward for the next generation. “It has been a long time for us to win the ICC tournament,” he said. Rohit has play 9 T-20 World Cups and he said it is the sixth World Cup.

Virat did not perform well in any match in this world cup. But when Rohit got out in the last match, he stood for the team at the crease. Virat Kohli was dismissed for 76 runs in this match.

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