“Pange Lete Hai Full”: Former Pakistan captain on Virat Kohli vs England behavior and why it’s good
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Opinions around Virat kohliIts patches, and its possible endings, were widely available. Some have criticized the former Indian cricket captain, while others are optimistic that he will soon turn the tide. His recent performance in the Fifth Rescheduled Test against England at Edgbaston, once again received some critical response. He even had slight conflicts with Jonny Bairtsow. Former Pakistan captain, Rashid Latif, commented that Kohli’s dominating opponents is a good sign for the cricketer.
“I hope so, he’s the kind of player that will return. The way he played his cricket… maybe he scored 70 centuries too early. My wish is for him to come back. The world Cricket needs him Just hope for the way he plays You saw in this match (at Edgbaston) Pange lete hai full, kabhi Lees se le liya, kabhi Root se le liya Don’t know, How many more has he picked up fighting. So this is a positive sign that he’ll definitely be back,” Latif said on his Youtube channel ‘Caught Behind’‘.
“He supports his teammates, the pitchers. There is hope that he will come back and erase the stain that is marking his career now. His average against South Africa. , Sri Lanka, New Zealand in the tests was not great. If I go back to 2011” -12, his average score is much better than West Indies, South Africa, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka. For bacche ki jaan lega kya. Every player goes through this phase. When he retires, his name will be placed on the same level as Sachin Tendulkarwith Sir Vivi Richards, maybe with Don Bradmanwith Joe RootWith Jacques Kallis. “
Next, Virat Kohli will play the T20I and ODI series against England. However, he was rested for the next ODI series against the West Indies.
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