- Sinchan Saha | July 19, 2022 | 1:56 pm
Virat Kohli had a forgettable run in the recently concluded England Tour. In none of the matches in Tests, ODIs or T20Is against England, the previous Indian cricket team captain could score big.
His series of scores in the new Tour of England are 11, 20, 1, 11, 16 and 17. He isn’t essential for the Indian crew for the impending Tour of West Indies, where India will play three ODIs and five T20Is. With no 100 years since late 2019, a few previous players have stood in opposition to the long rope being given to Kohli.
Previous Indian cricket team captain Sunil Gavaskar has now addressed the viewpoints that could be useful to Virat return to his best structure.
“If I had about 20 minutes with him, I would be able to tell him the things he might have to do. It might help him, I am not saying it will help him but it could, particularly with regards to that off-stump line,”Gavaskar told India Today.
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“Having been an opening batter, having been troubled by that line, there are certain things that you try to do. If I get 20 minutes with him, I might be able to tell him. It goes back to the fact that his first mistake turns out to be his last. Again, just because he is not amongst the runs, there is this anxiety to play at every delivery because that is what batters feel, they have got to score. You look to play at deliveries that you otherwise won’t. But he has gotten out to good deliveries as well on this particular tour.”he said