Virat Kohli needs to figure things out: President of the BCCI Sourav Ganguly
A groin injury has made matters worse for the talisman for India, star batsman Virat Kohli, who is going through a hard period. The 33-year-last old’s international century came in 2019, and his dismal run of form extended in the Tests and T20I series against England when he could only muster 11 and 20 runs in the Edgbaston Test and only 12 runs in his two innings in T20Is. Sourav Ganguly, the president of the BCCI, supports him despite all of his setbacks in his quest to resume his scoring ways.
“Obviously, as seen by his statistics in international cricket, talent and quality are required for success. He has really experienced hardship, and he is aware of this. He was a superb player himself. He is aware that it has not been excellent by his own standards, and I can see him returning and succeeding.
But he needs to find his path and succeed, which he has been doing for the past 12 to 13 years or more, and only Virat Kohli can do that “Sourav Ganguly, the president of the BCCI, made this statement exclusively to ANI.
Virat Kohli’s recent struggles have drawn a lot of criticism, and several former cricketers, including the legendary Kapil Dev and Venkatesh Prasad, have even questioned whether he belongs in the T20 squad. “In sports, these things will occur. Almost everyone has experienced it.
In addition to Sachin, Rahul, myself, and Virat Kohli, it has also occurred to Sachin and Rahul. It will occur to gamers in the future. That is a fundamental component of the sport, and I believe your job as a sportsman is to just pay attention, understand what it is, and then play your game “According to Sourav Ganguly.
For Virat Kohli to be selected for the Indian team for the forthcoming ICC T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia, which begins on October 16, he must perform and return to his scoring ways.