DUBAI: Virat Kohli doesn’t want to go overboard after India’s second consecutive dominating victory in the T20 World Cup even though he rued the absence of a couple of “good overs” which could have possibly changed the outcomes of the games against Pakistan and New Zealand.
India trounced Scotland by eight wickets in 6.3 overs while chasing 86 for win to stay alive in the semifinal race. In the previous game, India beat Afghanistan by 66 runs.
However, the losses against Pakistan and New Zealand meant that now their fate depends on Afghanistan-New Zealand game on Sunday.
“It’s a dominating performance. It was something we were striving to again. I don’t want to say too much about today because we know how we can play,” said Kohli at the post-match presentation ceremony.
“These little things in T20 cricket (toss, conditions) matter and we’re glad to be back in our mojo.” —PTI