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Australia captain Aaron Finch watched the preparations for the T20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan and the atmosphere at the Melbourne Cricket Stadium was palpable.

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India and Pakistan have been competing in many matches in the ICC competition, but the more tickets the two nations sell to face each other, the more the competition gets. The recent clashes between the two teams have been very close encounters. On 24 October, India beat Pakistan in a tense match to win the Super 12 T20 World Cup by four wickets. The match saw Indians Hardik Pandya and Virat Kohli put together a match-winning partnership of 113 runs against a formidable bowling attack by Pakistan.

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India’s Virat Kohli shakes hands with Pakistan’s Mohammad Wasim after the T20 World Cup cricket match between India and Pakistan, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022, in Melbourne, Australia. (AP Photo / Asanka Brendon Ratnayake) (AP)

The India vs Pakistan match in Melbourne was a roller coaster ride of all the tension, pressure and excitement that left some fans biting their nails. Australian captain Aaron Finch watched the match between their two rivals and was absorbed in the atmosphere at the Melbourne Cricket Stadium.

“Regardless of the result…I think the India-Pakistan match was amazing. I was literally sitting in the house, I was so scared! I was scared to watch that match because I was like, ‘Wait for the day I can retire and watch India-Pakistan live somewhere.'” I just went to watch a match,” Finch said in an interview with journalist Melinda Farrell on her YouTube channel.

“I was sitting on the couch in my hotel room and I was nervous about building it, it’s weird, yeah,” he added.

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The 35-year-old applauded Virat Kohli for his devastating knock against Pakistan. He praised the Indian player for taking the game deep and putting pressure on the opponent.

“What… Virat Kohli’s masterclass! Even though… even though you always feel like you have three more overs to go, if you’re still there… you know the pressure. He’s got the opposition going. Being there and yes, it’s great to watch.” It was,” Finch shared.

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Kohli was adjudged Man of the Tournament for his unbeaten 82 overs of 53 balls. Many cricket pundits called his sensational innings “the best shot by a hitter in T20Is”.

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On the second ball of the 19th over, Starch bowed his back and was run out by one man. Kohli was taken aback by the surge and lost control. He grabbed his thumb and flew to the slide, timing Steve Smith’s jump and catching it quickly.

The ball came out faster than expected but former India cricketer Sanjay Manjrejar believes Kohli would have a better chance of capturing the top serve if he moved forward.

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“You shouldn’t be surprised when the short serve comes out more. Virat Kohli has become a front footer. He uses his front foot on every ball. If you look closely at the photographs and the pitch map, we know that it is Mitchell Starch. He serves on the halfway line, which means short serve. Short serve. He tries to step forward to make it. Both his feet are all out of the crease. When you get into that position and the ball comes out a bit. A bit more, you have no chance,” Manjrekar told ESPNcricinfo.

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Kohli is always forward. His first movement is always with the front foot. In a video that went viral in IPL 2021, he was seen explaining to Venkatesh Iyer why he wanted to put his weight on his front foot. Kohli was heard telling his son that if you put your weight forward, you will be in a good position to take all the shots. However, Kohli’s technique has suffered in test cricket over the past few years. His forward press allowed him to push short serves that were easy to punch off the back foot.

“It’s becoming a bit difficult for Kohli to score because he’s trying to get forward, regardless of the length of the ball. The Australians ran in the first half – Steve Smith and Travis Hale – they’re all back-footers. Kohli has to work that into his game somewhere. Rahane has to do that. It has started.

Manjrekar Kohli was asked if the other members – Steve Smith, Joe Root and Kane Williamson – were falling behind the famous quartet in Test cricket.

“I don’t know if this is a coincidence or there is any truth in it but players like Joe Root, Steve Smith, Kane Williamson who have scored a lot of runs in Test cricket in the last 2-3 years are all strong at the back. They keep the football in their crease and wait for the ball. But Kohli’s technique is different. Remember when he scored 400 goals in his prime. He used to play a lot in Australia. Since then he has been very confident in his technique.

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India’s Rohit Sharma reacts after being bowled lbw by Australian bowler Nathan Lyon during the final day four of the ICC World Test Championship between India and Australia at the Oval cricket ground in London, Saturday, June 10, 2023. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth) (AP)

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