New Delhi The captain of the Indian cricket team is running out of form these days, due to which he is the target of critics. Virat Kohli, who came to bat in the first innings against England too, returned to the pavilion for just 11 runs. In such a situation, Kohli’s fans also look very unhappy. Former England captain Michael Vaughan has made a big statement about Kohli. He has said that I do not think Kohli is out of form.
He supported Kohli and said that he will definitely score a century in the Test series against England. Michael Vaughan said that I am not too worried and I am sure Kohli will not be worried either. Vaughan said that Kohli’s bat will yield 1-2 centuries in the entire series. However, Vaughan questioned the manner in which Kohli was dismissed in the first innings of the Chennai Test.
Kohli scored 11 runs facing 48 balls and became the victim of spinner Dom Bess. Vaughan said that we have not seen Kohli getting out like this. Michael Vaughan said that the way Kohli got out was weak for him. He did not play any shots. You cannot defend the off-spinner by going outside the off-stump. So technically, it is not good for Virat Kohli.
Vaughan said Kohli batting against the Dom base with the wrong approach. Kohli should not have allowed the base to settle and I think that would have been better for him. The former English captain said that I think Virat is a better player when he tries to be aggressive. The former English captain said that Bess does not have experience and is a young bowler and in such a situation, I think Kohli should have been aggressive against him.