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Watch: Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma Cry In Each Other's Arms, Sign Off From T20Is With Historic Win

Indian cricket saw two of its finest heroes -- Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma -- sign from T20Is as the team lifted the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 trophy, beating Australia in the final. Kohli, whose form was a matter of concern the entire match, shifted gears in the final to produce a match-winning knock. Not long after India ended their 11-year wait for an ICC trophy, Kohli announced his decision to quit T20 internationals, while skipper Rohit Sharma also broke a similar news just moments later. The duo knew that this was the last time they were wearing the India jersey in T20Is, no matter if the team wins or loses. 

Coming to terms with what Rohit, Virat and the Indian team managed to pull off together, there wasn't a single eye that was dry in Barbados. Even a weeping Rohit tightly hugged Kohli as the two cried together on the historic occasion. Here's the video:


- Both have retired from T20I..!!!!

After having a dismal tournament run, Kohli saved his best for the championship match. After the team was dropped for three wickets in the powerplay, Kohli continued India's innings at a steady pace.

He started the innings with three boundaries in the first over and laboured his way to a half-century off 49 balls before picking up speed in the final overs. With his 59-ball 76, he won Player of the Match and helped India record a strong 176/7.

After the match Kohli announced his retirement from the T20I format, Rohit called Kohli's innings "very crucial" and praised his efforts for the team over the years.

"Throughout the tournament, I think we were fantastic. Not me and nobody was in doubt with Virat's form. We know the quality he has, he's been on top of his