On October 29, The Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) felicitated former KSCA president Roger Binny on becoming the new BCCI president.

In the event attended by around 600 members, Binny spoke about his new role and opined his views on Virat Kohli’s innings against Pakistan.

Kohli scored an unbeaten 82 (53) against Pakistan and was praised by Binny.

“It was a dream innings for me. I could not believe my eyes. How was Kohli hitting those shots? There are a few matches where the opposition is in control of the match for most of it, and suddenly one man steals the match from them.”

“Kohli doesn’t need to prove his class. He thrives under pressure, and situations like these bring out the best of him.”

Binny then opined his views on becoming the new BCCI president and said, “Today is one of my most memorable days at the KSCA. I have never had such as good reception by my fellow members.”

“I am happy to be a part of the KSCA for 50 years as a cricketer. From U-19 days in 1973 to now.”

In conclusion, Binny spoke about rain being a spoilsport in the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup and said they should have had a reserve day like in the 1983 World Cup.

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