Business: The effect of Kohli’s stormy innings was not visible in the market, people had stopped shopping in the last moments of the match

Chief Investment Officer Mihir Vohra tweeted a graph after the match and explained how Kohli’s innings impacted Diwali shopping.

India was facing Pakistan in the ICC T20 World Cup on Sunday and the whole country was praying for India’s victory. At one time India’s position was on the verge of defeat. At that time, what Hardik and Virat Kohli did and played such a powerful innings, which will be mentioned in the world of cricket for the next many years. Kohli’s batting not only brought Pakistan to its knees but also took a huge toll on UPI volumes during the busy times like Diwali in the country. This match was on 23 October i.e. on the day of Choti Diwali. Usually on this day, people shop according to their needs in view of Diwali the next day and the market remains bright. However, Kohli’s batting on Sunday had a great impact on Diwali shopping as well. There was also a huge drop in UPI transactions during Kohli’s innings. Chief Investment Officer Mihir Vohra posted a tweet after the match and he graphed how Kohli’s innings impacted Diwali shopping.

Information shared by the Chief Investment Officer of Max Life

Let us tell you that Mihir Vora, Chief Investment Officer, Max Life shared this graph on Twitter. It has data of online transactions from 9 am to late Sunday evening. Mihir Vora wrote on Twitter, “Yesterday from 9 am to evening UPI transactions – as the match gets interesting, online shopping stopped – and there is a fast return after the match!” Mihir wrote – Virat Kohli’s batting stopped shopping. UPI transactions were at a high on Sunday from 9 am till evening. Then 15% more transactions were being done. When the Pakistan team came out to bat, it fell slightly (minus five percent). After this, when the Indian team came for batting, the UPI transaction went completely into minus or rather stopped. According to the data shown by Mihir, around minus 22.5 percent were being paid at that time. Soon after the match he again took off and went back to +5 percent.

When Kohli’s bat was running, shopping had stopped

A graph shared by the investment officer has revealed that there was a sharp drop in UPI transactions when Kohli batted during the match against Pakistan on Sunday. Online shopping had almost come to a halt for a while. This graph, tracking online transactions during the day, shows that online transactions dropped during India’s batting and fell sharply from 5 to 6 pm, when ‘King’ Kohli was at his best. were in

Kohli’s ‘One Man Show’

Talking about the match, Pakistan scored 159 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in 20 overs on the basis of half-centuries from Shan Masood and Iftikhar Ahmed. Arshdeep and Hardik Pandya took 3 wickets each for India. After this, chasing the target of 160 runs, Team India started very poorly. Captain Rohit Sharma (4) including KL Rahul (4), Suryakumar Yadav (15) and Axar Patel (2) returned cheaply to the pavilion. India had lost four wickets for 31 runs at one point. Then Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya took the lead. Initially, Hardik took the responsibility of handling the situation and stopped the team from losing any more wickets and then in the last four overs, Kohli played gear and then what happened is history. Both the batsmen made a century partnership to give victory to the team. Kohli remained unbeaten on 82 runs off 53 balls with the help of 6 fours and 4 sixes, while Hardik scored 40 runs in 37 balls.

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