Virat Kohli remembered the 2011 World Cup final, told how much pressure had increased while batting

Kohli told RCB Bold Diaries on Saturday, "I remember the pressure to bat. There were 2 wickets for 20 runs, Sachin and Sehwag were both out. I was going to the ground, Sachin paaji had a brief conversation with me when I went inside. 90 runs partnership was formed between me and Gautam Gambhir. I scored 35, probably the most valuable 35 runs I have scored in my cricket career."

Kohli said, "I was very happy that I was a part of getting the team back on track and contributed in whatever way I could and the thrill of winning the World Cup was incredible. This is something that is still fresh in our mind." Elaborating on the spirit in the team, Kohli said that he would like to give a fitting farewell to Tendulkar for the services he has rendered to Indian cricket.

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