Virat Kohli – he’s been through these ups and downs before
Virat Kohli wore a look of sadness on his face that has become all too familiar since the great batsman was asked to start against Rajasthan Royals in their most recent match, a choice that did little to improve his bleak destiny.
Kohli’s early removal set the tone for Royal Challengers Bangalore’s dismal batting performance, as they finished their innings on 115, their lowest second-innings total of the season after their lowest innings total of 68 in the previous game.
Sanjay Bangar, the head coach of the Royal Challengers Bangalore, acknowledged that the Kohli-led top-order was a major concern, but he believes his most experienced batter can bounce back stronger before the end of the Indian Premier League in 2022.
“In terms of Kohli’s form, he’s a fantastic cricketer.” He’s been through many of these highs and lows before. I’ve been watching him from afar. He’s got the enthusiasm, and he’ll recover from his recent string of poor scores. He’ll help us win in the upcoming vital games,” Bangar remarked.
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