Former team India skipper for all formats Virat Kohli has shared a story from the 2011 World Cup Final against Sri Lanka where Virender Sehwag, who scored none, and Sachin Tendulkar, who managed to score only 18, were bowled out and the former India captain felt pressure upon taking the bat.
Team India had to chase team Sri Lanka's 274 in the floodlight match. While Sehwag was out for a duck, Tendulkar manage to record only 18 before he was finally caught by wicketkeeper Kumar Sangakkara off Lasith Malinga. The then 22-year-old Kohli was then summoned to the field. with Gautam Gambhir, who managed to score 97, he safeguarded the innings with 35 off 49 deliveries.
India then came out victorious thanks to Mahendra Singh Dhoni's unbeaten 91, which let team India score the required runs for their loss of four wickets.