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The picture shared by Virat Kohli says what if I fell. Along with this it says below in the picture what if you start flying. It is believed that Virat Kohli has somewhere tried to respond to his critics with this. Let us tell you that Virat Kohli is constantly struggling with bad form.

Virat Kohli, who has marked himself as a former India captain and a fantastic player, is currently struggling with poor form. Virat Kohli’s fan has been waiting for his one century in the last 3 years. At present, this waiting time is constantly increasing. The last ODI match will be played between India and England on July 17th. Then Virat Kohli goes on a long vacation. Fans of Virat Kohli are hopeful that this star player will play the bat in the last ODI against England. However, Virat Kohli also faces criticism for being in bad shape. In the midst of all this, Virat Kohli has made a tweet today. In her tweet, Virat Kohli has written “Perspective”, which means perspective, ie point of view to look at something.

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Along with this, in the picture shared by Virat Kohli is written what if I fell. Along with this it says below in the picture what if you start flying. It is believed that Virat Kohli has somewhere tried to respond to his critics with this. Let us tell you that Virat Kohli is constantly struggling with bad form. Speaking of the last five innings, he has not been able to score more than 20 runs even once. Questions are also being asked about Virat Kohli’s technique. India’s legendary player Kapil Dev had even raised questions about his place in Team India. But many big players in the world also support Virat Kohli. A few days ago, Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam also supported Virat Kohli.

Also read: Pakistan captain Babar Azam defends Kohli, this phase must also pass, stay strong

Previously, Team India captain Rohit Sharma had also supported Virat Kohli. Rohit had said he has been playing so many games for so long. He’s such a great batsman and he does not need any security. He said I have also said before that the shape keeps going up and down. It happens to any cricketer. Even the greatest cricketers have had their ups and downs in their careers. When we talk about the last two or three years, not a single century has come from Kohli’s bats. Since 2020, he has played 18 Test matches and scored 872 runs with an average of just 27.25. Also in ODIs, he has scored 702 runs in 18 games and averaged 39. His numbers are certainly better in T20, but have not been able to play big laps. In 24 T20 matches, he scored 675 races with an average of 42.

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