Why was the fear of ‘bad omen’ troubling Dravid before the final? There is a connection with Kohli


Rahul Dravid’s tenure is coming to an end after the T20 World Cup.India defeated England in the semi-final on Thursday. Now India has to play the final match against South Africa.

New Delhi. The title match of T20 World Cup 2024 is going to be played between the teams of India and South Africa. Captain Rohit Sharma was seen very emotional after defeating England by 68 runs in the semi-final. This is only natural as this same team put a brake on our winning campaign by defeating India in the semi-finals of the last T20 World Cup. Head coach Rahul Dravid doesn’t want any bad omen ahead of the final match. He spoke about his fear while talking to the media.

Coach Rahul Dravid’s tenure with Team India will end after the T20 World Cup 2024. It would not be wrong to say that Dravid has been the coach of the Indian team for only two days now. BCCI is yet to announce the name of the new coach. The Indian cricket team has reached the finals of the T20 World Cup with a brilliant performance. However, despite this, former Indian captain Virat Kohli’s bat has been quiet in the tournament so far. This has been a concern for the Indian cricket team so far.

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Bad omen associated with Kohli!
After the match, Rahul Dravid was discussing the form of Virat Kohli in the program of Star Sports. He made it clear that whenever Virat takes more risks and bats, many times he does not succeed. Referring to Virat’s six, the coach said it gave the team a good start. Virat is batting with full intent. He used the English word jinx, which means bad omen, inauspicious or inauspicious. Dravid said he did not want to give bad omens but Virat will play a big innings in the final.

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