Virat Kohli is undoubtedly the best limited-overs player in the world right now. The Indian skipper has won many games for the team with his destructive batting and sharp fielding skills. He is stamping his authority as the numero uno batsman again and again. He is widely regarded as the chase master and a run-machine. Although Kohli has been a successful captain, it is extremely harsh to expect a century or win in every match. After India lost against New Zealand in all the ODI’s and both Test matches, some people are raising questions on Kohli’s abilities and dragging his 2014 lost form stories.
Many former cricketers and experts have commented on Kohli’s current form and have stated that although he is a great cricketer, somedays luck is off. Time in and time out Kohli has proved to be the best cricketer in all formats. However, there are days or even months where the best of the bests is unable to perform despite their will and efforts. Probably Kohli is in that phase right now. It is evident that his statistics from recent matches display his poor form, but Kohli is a man who is known for roaring comebacks.
We wish to see him soon smashing bowlers with his bat and shutting the criticizers with moving scoreboard.