Virat Kohli was forced to cry by the coach and his teammates, the Delhi pacer who won the World Cup revealed

Apart from Virat Kohli’s aggression, he also has an emotional form, which is seen by his close teammates.

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Virat Kohli did well in first-class cricket for his state team Delhi before starting his career for Team India.

The new decade of cricket has not been good for Virat Kohli. Virat Kohli, one of the greatest batsmen of the current generation, who scored a mountain of runs in the last decade, is struggling for runs this time. He does not appear in his old complexion. Obviously he would be worried about it, but maybe not as much as he used to be about 15-16 years ago. So upset that I started crying a lot. In trying to establish his footing as a young cricketer, Virat Kohli must have been like all those players for whom even small failures were emotional. One such anecdote of his has recently been told by Pradeep Sangwan, a veteran fast bowler from Delhi and Kohli’s early days partner.

Under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, India won the Under-19 World Cup in 2008 and Kohli’s main bowler was left-arm Delhi pacer Sangwan. Both had a good time in Under-19 and also played a lot of cricket together for Delhi. Obviously both know each other very well. In such a situation, if you want to ask Sangwan something about the early days of Kohli’s career, then obviously some funny stories will come out. He told about one such anecdote recently.