Asked about Virat Kohli’s batting, Ajit Agarkar expressed his concern.
On the subject of Kohli’s batting, Agarkar delivered an honest evaluation.
Virat Kohli will play in a limited-overs series against the West Indies.
Ajit Agarkar, a former Indian national team pacer, offered his thoughts on Virat Kohli’s recent batting form ahead of India’s limited-overs series against the West Indies, which begins on February 6 at home.
Before Rohit Sharma takes charge of the team for a three-match ODI and T20I series at home, former Team India paceman Ajit Agarkar expressed his concerns over previous captain Virat Kohli’s batting form. Agarkar gave an honest appraisal of Kohli’s batting problems on the Star Sports show “Game Plan” and described his batting form as a “worry” for both the skipper and the team. “Inconsistent play from Virat Kohli is cause for concern, but we all know how good he can be when on. thus it’s up to him to figure it out as soon as possible “he stated.
The speed with which Kohli “discovers his form” will determine whether or not he is a “vital factor” in India’s hopes, according to Agarkar.
Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli have discussed alternative combinations before, but Kohli is now not at his best, which is a truth, and the sooner he discovers his form, the easier it will be for Sharma to manage that thing because of what Kohli can do on his own, Virat Kohli.
Winning matches is critical to team morale because it allows players to celebrate both individual and team accomplishments, a former pacer explains.
This is not something you love doing on the field no matter how good you are, because at the end of the day you are only as successful as your team is,” he explained.
The Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad will host the three One-Day Internationals on the 6th, 9th, and 11th of February.
There is a three-match Twenty20 International Series scheduled for February 16 through 20 at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata following the ODIs.