Rohit breaks silence on Virat Kohli’s poor form

IND vs WI: Virat Kohli, the former captain of the Indian team, is struggling with poor form. For which fingers have started rising on him. For the last few years, Virat Kohli has failed to play big innings with his bat. At the same time, a three match ODI series was played against West Indies. In which the fluff Shaw of Virat Kohli was seen. The current team captain Rohit Sharma has broken the silence regarding Virat Kohli’s poor form.

Rohit held the media responsible

After the ODI series between India and West Indies (IND vs WI), now the T20 series is going to start soon. Three T20 matches are to be played in this series. All these matches will be held at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. The first match of which will be played on 16th at Eden Gardens. the captain before Rohit Sharma (Rohit Sharma) held a press conference. In which he was asked a question about Virat Kohli’s form. On this question, Rohit Sharma became hot on the media itself. Rohit Sharma was repeatedly asked about Virat Kohli in the press conference. The Indian captain did not look happy with this. He clearly said,

“I think everything starts with you. If you guys stay calm then everything will be fine.”

Virat Kohli was a complete flop in the ODI series

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Former captain Virat Kohli is battling with poor form. This thing is not hidden from anyone. On which the new captain of the team is trying to cover up. If we look at Virat Kohli’s ODI series, he batted simply. Virat Kohli failed miserably in the ODI series against West Indies. He could score 26 runs in three matches. During this he played innings of 8,18 and 0.

Virat Kohli himself knows, he could not play any big innings in two years. Due to which it is natural to question them. He has 44 centuries in this format. However, half-centuries are coming out of Kohli’s bat. Kohli is known to convert small innings into big innings, but he is not able to do so. Now it remains to be seen whether Virat Kohli will play any big innings in T20 against West Indies.