Why did Virat Kohli say "we learn from our mistakes"

New Delhi, April 5: Indian batting star Virat Kohli was on Monday named captain of the ICC World Twenty20 XI, which had no place for current skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni but featured veteran seamer Ashish Nehra.

For the second successive time, an Indian has been named captain of the all-star XI and incidentally it was Dhoni, who was declared skipper after the previous edition in Bangladesh where India reached the final. Four Indians had made the ICC XI after the previous edition and the number has dropped to two this time.

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But after India lost against West Indies in the ICC World Twenty20 semi final, everyone including the experts lauded Team's star batsman Virat Kohli for his amazing performance in the match. However, it seems that Kohli was not really happy and thus, he took it to social media to talk about it.

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"We win some we lose some, but memories are something we take ahead with us, we move ahead learning from our mistakes and improve each day. Thanks for making it a memorable tournament together my brothers. And thank you each and every one of you people out there for supporting us relentlessly everyday of the tournament.

It was electrifying to experience your joys and happiness and energies throughout. We come out stronger and better next time," Kohli posted on Instagram.

Despite the loss, India's fans reacted positively to the team's performance.

Kohli was also adjudged Man of the Tournament for his sublime form which made him the backbone of India's batting line-up.

He scored 273 runs with a staggering average of 136.50 and an equally astounding strike-rate of 146.77 with three 50 plus scores.

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