Sunil Gavaskar, a former India captain, is upset with current captain Virat Kohli. He has made a statement regarding Team India’s captain. Kohli isn’t playing well, according to Gavaskar, and his batting has a technical flaw. Virat got out early in the second test match for the second time.
Virat Kohli’s batting performance in the second innings of the Test match at Lord’s was once again disappointing. He was out for 20 runs in the second innings. During this time, the Indian skipper chased the ball outside Sam Curran’s off-stump and gave the bat the edge. Jos Buttler, the wicketkeeper, made a simple catch.
Gavaskar remarks on virat kohli
“It was fantastic for Virat, the method under which he has achieved approximately 8000 runs in Tests,” Sunil Gavaskar remarked on Sony Sports Network, “but he is playing on balls outside the off-stump and in the beginning of the innings he is a bit more aggressive.” In the meantime, his feet are somewhere else and his bat is somewhere another, indicating that he hasn’t played particularly well.
He said, “It may be about this well-known word intention, yet every batsman goes to score runs in five days of play, is the approach different?” “When you talk about trying to attack the opponent, is that your purpose, as we have seen, it might affect you,” Gavaskar remarked of Kohli.
Because this is a Test match, I believe each batsman should be allowed alone to find his own way.
Sunil Gavaskar claims that the situation in ODIs and T20s is very different, but Virat Kohli must bring himself in and try to play in the traditional V. India has scored 181 runs for 6 wickets at the close of the fourth day’s play, putting them 154 runs ahead of England.
Virat Kohli Past Performances
When it comes to Virat Kohli, on the other hand, he has not been able to play effectively in Test cricket over the past two years. He hasn’t made a century in the largest format of cricket in two years. Virat Kohli last scored a century in a Test match against Bangladesh in Kolkata during the Day/Night Test series. Virat Kohli’s first century in Test cricket has been expected since then.