क्या केएल राहुल को महंगी पड़ सकती है विराट की फॉर्म? सलामी बल्लेबाज को लेकर रोहित का बड़ा बयान

Virat Kohli continues to be the subject of much discussion regarding the opener. Many veterans have advised Virat to open. However, former India player Gautam Gambhir called Virat’s opening rubbish. At the same time, Rohit Sharma has now spoken openly about the opening of Virat Kohli.

Team India’s star batsman Virat Kohli played a brilliant century in the opening match against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup and scored his maiden century in T20 cricket. Meanwhile, there has been quite a bit of discussion about the opening of the ‘Run Machine’.

In fact, many veteran players have advised Virat to play as an opener. On the other hand, former India player Gautam Gambhir called Virat’s opening nonsense.

But now that Team India’s captain and opener Rohit Sharma was talked about opening Virat, the Hitman has not told this as a problem.

‘Virat Kohli is our third opener’ – Rohit Sharma

Speaking at the press conference ahead of the T20 series against Australia, Rohit said, “It’s always good to have options. Going to the World Cup, it’s important that you have the flexibility. You want players from any team. Be ready to strike . on no. When we try something new, it doesn’t mean it’s a problem.”

He further said, “We understand the potential in all our players. We have a third option to open in the form of Virat Kohli. We will always keep that in mind as we have not picked any third opener for the T20 World Cup. have done this for his franchise in the IPL and he has done well so Virat is a clear option for the opener.

The Indian captain said about KL Rahul, “KL Rahul will open in the World Cup. His performances are often overlooked. Rahul is a very important player for Team India. He is very clear about his mindset. We have no illusions. That is what KL Rahul can do for us. He is a quality player. His presence in the top order is very important for us.”

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