IND vs SA: Vikram Rathod is happy with Kohli’s disciplined hitting, but rated the team’s performance as poor

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  • Vikram Rathour said Virat Kohli got the advantage of being more disciplined in offside play.
  • Kohli played half a century content with 79 runs, but the Indian team was down to 223 runs in the first innings.

India’s hitting coach Vikram Rathour said Virat Kohli had the advantage of being more disciplined in offside play, even as he called his performance on the first day of Test 3 against South Africa as “very poor.” Kohli played half a century content with 79 runs, but the Indian team was down to 223 runs in the first innings.

Rathod said in a post-game media interaction: “There was no concern in the way Kohli was hitting, I mean he was always hitting well, that’s what I thought as a hitting coach, I never worried about him not hitting. well, he was doing well in the networks, he looked good in the game too, he was having a good start.,

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He said: “Today was a good opportunity, he was very disciplined, I agree he was doing very well with a bit of luck too, he could have turned it into a great tackle, but the way he played he was happy with that. .,

However, he was not very happy with the batting performance of the entire team. “These are challenging situations where scoring runs is not easy. But you’re right, we played very badly. We could have added 50-60 more runs, that’s what we expected at least.

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