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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Sunil Gavaskar supports Virat Kohli out of shape: When Rohit Sharma doesn’t score races, nobody talks about it

Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar has backed Virat Kohli, saying it was too early to worry about Kohli’s place in India’s squad for the upcoming 2022 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia. Gavaskar admitted that while Kohli is having a hard time with the bat, Rohit Sharma and other players have struggled to perform well.

Kohli’s place on the T20 side is being questioned repeatedly by pundits, including former greats like Kapil Dev and Virender Sehwag, although captain Rohit Sharma has firmly supported his longtime colleague.

“See, I can’t understand that when Rohit Sharma doesn’t score runs nobody talks about it. It’s the same with other players too. There’s a saying that form is temporary, class is temperament. adopting (in T20Is) where they have to swing the stick from ball one, you will succeed and you will fail,” Gavaskar told Sports Tak.

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“We have a good selection committee that is thinking about it. I think there is enough time (over two months) to announce the squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup 2022. There will be several competitive Asian countries participating in the event. team with a player’s form in mind. There’s no need to panic yet and we need to give them some time,” added the 73-year-old.

Gavaskar believes the ODI format is a chance for Virat Kohli to regain his form. However, according to the latest reports, Kohli will likely miss the first ODI against England due to a groin injury.

“I think the ODI series came at the right time. It matches your natural game. As with test cricket, there is plenty of time to settle down. In ODI cricket also the batsman can play himself according to the conditions”, opined Gavaskar.

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When asked about Rohit’s response at the press conference to World Cup winner India captain Kapil Dev’s comment about Kohli, he said: “Sometimes there is a need for an outside perspective. They bring a different perspective. and try to do their job. On the other hand, few people know the environment within a team. This is also correct in a way, because the discussion about tactics in the locker room is private. And, these discussions should not leave the team, because will give the opposition an advantage. However, on both sides, the main objective is the improvement of Indian cricket.”

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