Interview of Cricket Fans – 140

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J – Thank you for your participation in this interview, what is your earliest memory of this game?

It was around 2009 IPL, I was watching it with cousins but I got frustrated as I couldn’t understand the game and why cricketers from different countries playing in one team. But later I realised how cricket works and started to understand this sport.

J – Your thoughts on Cricket Twitter?

Some are legit fans who prioritise ICT, but others are divided because of IPL franchises (Toxic).

J – Which is your favourite format of the game, and why?

ODI is my favourite format of the game as it’s balanced between the fastest and the slowest format of the game.

[All Things Are Balanced, As It Should Be]

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J – Which stat of Virat Kohli are you most proud of?

All stats of Virat Kohli is a matter of pride for every cricket fan as he is achieving so many milestones and that too quicker than everyone else.

But the Best out of them is the 50+ Average in all formats of the game, I mean 50+ average in T20, it’s unbelievable.

J – How important is Virat Kohli in the Indian Cricket right now?

He is the most important batsman currently in the Indian Cricket Team because of his flexibility in terms of the roles he has to play in different situations and still be consistent, and that has reflected in his average as well.

J – Virat Kohli as a batsman, he is G.O.A.T. but what about Virat Kohli – the skipper, few words on his captaincy?

He is an amazing skipper too, it’s evident through his stats. He is having the highest winning percentage in all formats among all Indian captains.

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J – Your favourite knock and a favourite shot of Virat Kohli?

Though all his knocks in 2016 were exceptional but that 82(51)* was thrilling in T20 WC 2016 virtual quarter-final vs Australia when all other batsman failed to score even 20, it was VK who took us to the Semifinals.

J – Which is your favourite IPL team at the moment?

Emotions and love are endless for RCB, forever and forever, even if we don’t win a season for the next 100 years, still we will be with them as RCB fans are the most suitable example for LOYALTY.

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