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‘Hamara match toh 1 ball mein bhi khatam ho sakta hai’: Virat Kohli makes witty admission about post-match diet – Watch | Cricket News – Times of India

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NEW DELHI: Renowned Indian and Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) batsman Virat Kohli recently made a witty admission about post-match dietary indulgences during RCB’s promotional event.
When asked about his favourite guilty pleasure snack after a match, Kohli humorously stated that there is no guilt involved, and one can eat freely.

Pointing at Mohammed Siraj, he then drew a comparison between batters and bowlers, underscoring the different physical demands they face during a match.

Kohli pointed out that bowlers have to bowl a certain number of overs, which imposes restrictions on their dietary choices.

However, for batters, their match could potentially end in just one ball, implying that they might have more leeway in indulging in their favourite treats after a match.
“There is no guilt after the match, you can eat freely. This is a fast bowler’s topic because he has to bowl four overs. Hamara match toh 1 ball mein bhi khatam ho sakta hai (My match could even end in one ball). So we would have to see whether to eat that or not. For bowlers, it is easier. They know that they would have to sprint for 24 balls,” quipped Kohli.
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Kohli’s candid and humorous response shed light on the contrasting experiences of batters and bowlers in cricket. While bowlers need to maintain their stamina and endurance throughout the match, batters face the possibility of a shorter stint on the field, potentially allowing them more flexibility in their post-match dietary choices.
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Overall, Kohli’s remarks provided an entertaining and insightful glimpse into the mindset of a professional cricketer, highlighting the different challenges faced by batters and bowlers while also injecting a dose of wit and humour into the discussion.
RCB take on Shubman Gill‘s struggling Gujarat Titans in the 52nd match of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on Saturday evening.

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