India’s star batter, Virat Kohli, is having a bad run that has been exacerbated by a groyne injury. His last international century came in 2019, and his poor form continued in the Test and T20I series against England, where he scored 11 and 20 runs in the Edgbaston Test, respectively, and 12 runs in two T20I innings. Despite his failures, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly believes he will be able to resume his scoring ways.
“Of course, his international cricket statistics demonstrate that he possesses both ability and quality.” Yes, he’s had a rough time, and he’s aware of it.
He knows it hasn’t been up to his standards, and I see him returning and succeeding. But he needs to find his way and regain his success, as he has for the past 12-13 years, and only Virat Kohli can do that.” Virat Kohli’s poor form has drawn widespread criticism, according to BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, and some former cricketers, including legend Kapil Dev and Venkatesh Prasad, have even questioned his place in the T20 side.
“In sports, these things will happen. Everyone has experienced this. It happened to Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, me, and Virat Kohli. Future players will be affected.
That’s all part of the game, and as a sportsman, I believe you just need to listen, be aware of what’s going on, and go play your game.” Sourav Ganguly expanded.
If Virat Kohli is to make the Indian squad for the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia, which begins on October 16, he must perform and return to his scoring ways.
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