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Ravi Shastri’s recent comments on Virat Kohli’s potential inclusion in the upcoming T20 World Cup squad have sparked a light-hearted debate among cricket enthusiasts. While Kohli, who was awarded the player of the match for his impressive 77-run innings against Punjab Kings, is confident in his abilities and his role in promoting the game of cricket globally, Shastri has emphasized the importance of focusing on winning the competition rather than solely on growth.

During a commentary session for the Gujarat Titans vs Mumbai Indians match, Kevin Pietersen suggested that the T20 World Cup in the USA would benefit from having someone like Kohli to help the game grow as a global sport. In response, Shastri emphasized the importance of focusing on winning the competition rather than solely on growth, citing India’s young team’s success in winning gold at the 2007 T20 World Cup.

Kohli’s performance against Punjab Kings proved to be crucial in guiding RCB to a 4-wicket win in front of a lively Chinnaswamy crowd. With 11 fours and 2 sixes to his name, Kohli’s performance made a strong case for his inclusion in the Indian squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup in June. Despite being dismissed by Harshal Patel while attempting another big shot, Kohli’s knock showcased his talent and potential contribution to the team.

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