The first ODI between India and Bangladesh will be played on 4 December.
Virat Kohli did a great performance in the T20 World Cup.
New Delhi. Former India captain Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are one of the important batsmen of the team. Both the players have made important contribution for India. But there was a time when news of rift between the two was coming to the fore. This happened when Virat Kohli had decided to step down from the captaincy. However, now former Indian coach Ravi Shastri has talked about this. According to the former coach, it was just a rumour.
Virat Kohli was struggling with his poor form for a long time. Due to which he had to lose his captaincy as well. But after seeing Kohli’s performance during the recent T20 World, it seems that he had saved his ability for this type of batting. Even in the Asia Cup, Kohli regained his form with an excellent century. During the World Cup, there was good coordination between Rohit and Virat. After Virat’s match-winning innings against Pakistan, the captain lifted the run machine on his shoulders. This friendship between the two was very much liked by the fans.
There is a good rapport between the two players – Ravi Shastri
The former Indian coach has given a contrasting reaction to the talk of rift between the two players. He said, ‘There is nothing like this between the two. There is good coordination between the two players. Both the players do not have time for all these things.
Kohli’s bat will speak against Bangladesh
Virat Kohli performed brilliantly in the Asia Cup, since then his bat has been speaking continuously. Even in the T20 World Cup, he left no stone unturned to help Team India win. He proved to be the highest run-scorer in the entire tournament. Kohli had played many big innings. One of those innings came against arch-rivals Pakistan, which is one of the memorable innings of his career. At the same time, now after the break of the run machine, even on the tour of Bangladesh, you can spew fire with your bat.
FIRST PUBLISHED : December 03, 2022, 11:20 IST