IND vs BAN: ‘Virat Kohli’s Dismissals Are Not Acceptable’. On Day 3 of the second Test match between India and Bangladesh in Dhaka, Virat Kohli’s old coach, Rajkumar Sharma, expressed his disappointment with the batter’s dismissal.
In an interview with India News Sports, he voiced disappointment over Kohli’s struggle to counteract Bangladesh’s spin assault. He emphasized that because an offensive field was set up for the right-handed hitter, he should have sought to play freely.
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Notably, following his dismissal on December 24th, Kohli got into a violent fight with a few Bangladeshi players. Sharma also remarked that these incidents occasionally happen, given his ward’s confrontational nature.
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“A batter is quite disappointed once he goes out, and Virat Kohli is quite aggressive by nature, But the way he has been getting out is not acceptable. It’s disappointing to see a batter of his caliber struggle against Bangladeshi spinners. He should have been more focused,” Rajkumar Sharma said.
“He could have played more freely with both the mid-on and mid-off fielders inside the circle. He won’t let you play unless you unsettle a spinner. You must be creative, such as performing a slog sweep or sweeping an outside off ball,” Rajkumar Sharma Added.
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“Virat Kohli has always played with a positive approach”: Saba Karim
Saba Virat Kohli and KL Rahul were urged by Karim to avoid playing against their natures when playing Test cricket during the aforementioned conversation. He emphasized that although Kohli and Rahul used to play with sincere intentions, they haven’t been effective in doing so recently, which has contributed to their downfall. Karim went on:
“In Test cricket, Virat Kohli has consistently performed with a good attitude. But if you act contrary to your nature, you will experience these outcomes. KL Rahul is experiencing a similar situation. You must use several patterns according to the forms.”
Kohli was only out for one run in the second innings of the Dhaka Test for India. In the current two-match series in Bangladesh, he concluded with 45 runs from four innings without scoring any significant runs.