Virat Kohli's childhood coach defended it by saying something, said that ...

Virat Kohli’s childhood coach defended it by saying something, said that …

RCB, IPL 2020: Virat Kohli contributed 14 in the first match against Hyderabad and only 1 against Pajab. The fans, including Gavaskar, got angry on this as Kohli has set very high standards with his performance, but now Virat’s childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma has defended his disciples on this criticism.

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Now you know that in the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020), Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli has been under criticism for failing in the first two games. The comment made by the great Gavaskar about Virat Kohli remains a matter of discussion. Virat contributed 14 in the first match against Hyderabad and only 1 against Pajab. The fans, including Gavaskar, got angry on this as Kohli has set very high standards with his performance, but now Virat’s childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma has defended his disciples on this criticism.

The prince said that due to the standard set by the Indian captain, people are losing their patience so soon. Fans want to see him run from the time of taking guard in every match. However, it is a part of any player’s life. If you see a good time on the pitch, then you have to go through bad times. Virat has set such a high standard that people have forgotten that Virat is also a human at the end of the day, not a run machine. You can have a bad day and there is nothing wrong in that. People will always talk about whether it is a technical problem, or a mindset, but I will say it again that it is part of the game.

Rajkumar said that he cannot achieve success in every match. Virat’s fans have gotten used to seeing him constantly improve. And this habit is so much that even a bad innings makes the fans sad. By the way, Virat also had to face the anger of people for dropping two consecutive catches of Punjab captain KL Rahul in the last match. In fact, people were more surprised by anger. Is Virat a bit impatient due to being away from the game for a long time, but the coach said that like I did in the first match. Sometimes catches have also been missed from Jonty Rhodes. In this case, it has nothing to do with patience. It’s just a bad day on the field and it happens to the best player as well. Kohli has played a lot of cricket for the comeback and has led from the front.

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