“Do Not Get It”: Rohit Sharma On Chatter Regarding Virat Kohli’s Form

“Do Not Get It”: Rohit Sharma On Chatter Regarding Virat Kohli’s Form

Virat KohliHis poor run of form continued in the second ODI of the three-match ODI series against England at Lord’s Cricket Stadium as he was dismissed. David Wiley After scoring only 16 runs. Prior to this game, right-handed batsmen had not scored between runs in the Edgbaston Test and then in the Test series. The talk about Kohli’s form is increasing by the minute, but captain Rohit Sharma once again defended the premier batsman saying that he does not understand why Kohli’s form is being discussed time and again. Is.

“What’s going on (Rohit when asked about the chatter about Kohli’s form). I don’t understand. He has played so many matches. He has been playing for so many years. He is such a big bat. Baz, so he doesn’t need to. Reassurance, I talked about this in my last press conference too, form goes up and down, it’s a part of any cricketer’s career, so a player like him, who “For someone who has played so many years, who has scored so many runs, who has won so many matches, he just needs one or two good innings (to bounce back),” Rohit said after the second ODI. said during the press conference in which India lost by 100 runs.

“That’s my thinking and I’m sure people who follow cricket will think the same. We have discussions on the subject, but when we talk about such things we have to understand and think. We have to. Seen all the players go up in performance. And down, but the quality of the player never goes down, that’s what we all have to keep in mind, that’s very important, man, I mean, the guy has scored so many runs (this scored so many runs), check his average, how? He has scored many centuries, he has the experience to do so. Every player has downs in life, no player who performs well in every match. What’s more, it comes (laziness) in personal life too.Added

When asked if bilateral series are still important with so many T20 leagues, Rohit said: “I think it is important but it can definitely be managed better. It also has to do with space. You have to play two-way series, there was a time, when we were kids, I grew up, I saw a lot of three-way series or four-way series, but that has stopped completely, I think. “I think that might be the way forward so that there’s enough time for the team to recover and come back. It’s all high-pressure games that we play, whenever you represent your country, you’re very intense.” Want to come out together.”


“You don’t want to compromise on that, I think when we play bilateral series, the scheduling, the time between each match can be managed a bit better, not only from India’s point of view, but all Boards. If that happens, you see the best quality of players and represent every game. And if these things are managed well, the quality of cricket will not be compromised.

In the second ODI, India failed to chase down 247 runs. Race Topley. Picked up six wickets to bundle the visitors out for 146 runs. The three-match series is now tied at 1-1 and the deciding match will be played on Sunday.

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