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Mohammad Hafeez Takes a Dig at Virat Kohli, Vaughan schools him again

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Once again, Mohammad Hafeez, the former Pakistan all-rounder, has expressed his criticism about Virat Kohli. Hafeez accused Kohli of being selfish in the recent ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 match against South Africa in Kolkata, where Kohli scored an unbeaten 101* (121) on a slow track.

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Despite Virat Kohli equaling Sachin Tendulkar‘s record for the most ODI hundreds (49), Hafeez disapproved of his approach, particularly in the death overs, where he refrained from going for big hits. Hafeez went on to reference Ben Stokes’s century against Netherlands in Match 40 of the tournament to intensify his critique of Kohli.

Hafeez expressed that Stokes’ knock of 108 runs off 84 balls exemplified a selfless strategy. He emphasized how Stokes played a crucial role in stabilizing the innings initially and then switched gears to aggressively accumulate runs in the latter part. In response to this, the 43-year-old Hafeez tagged Michael Vaughan in his recent post. Vaughan, who had previously supported Kohli, dismissed Hafeez’s viewpoint as ‘utter nonsense.’

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Vaughan came to Kohli’s defence once more in response to Hafeez’s recent criticism of the Indian batsman. He argued that Stokes’ innings was comparable to Kohli’s on a challenging Kolkata pitch. However, Vaughan pointed out that Kohli faced a tougher bowling attack compared to the Netherlands.

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