Virat Kohli: Virat Kohli averages 50.8 in T20 cricket. But former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif called Kohli a bad player.
Asia Cup 2022 Virat Kohli
ASIA CUP 2022, Ind Vs Pak: The teams of India and Pakistan are facing each other for the second time in the Asia Cup. It is known that India won the first battle. Rohit’s team is working hard to win the second match. But before this match, former Pakistani cricketers are once again making critical comments on the Indian players. In this sequence, former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif spoke about Virat Kohli. This angered Virat’s fans. Rashid Latif says Virat Kohli is not a good T20 player. He said that Virat Kohli is the best batsman in ODIs but his strike rate in T20Is is poor.
Rashid Latif told a YouTube channel, ‘There is no one as poor as Virat Kohli in ODIs. But in T20s, he did not impress so well. He has a good average. But, the strike rate is not good at all.
‘RCB did not become champion because of Virat’..
Rashid Latif said, ‘It doesn’t matter if Virat Kohli plays slow or fast. He has to play 30-35 balls before he strikes. One player who can take advantage of the powerplay is Rohit Sharma. Virat Kohli can never play like Suryakumar Yadav and Rohit Sharma. Virat Kohli’s style is the same for RCB. That is why he could not become a champion till now.
Is Virat Kohli a super flop?
Rashid Latif raised questions on Virat Kohli’s strike rate and style of play. But he did not make any comments about Babar Azam. Babar Azam scored runs at a strike rate of just 129 in T20 cricket, while Virat’s strike rate was 137. Virat Kohli averages over 50 in T20. His T20 average against Pakistan will be above 70.
Virat Kohli’s key role in the victory..
Virat Kohli also played a key role in India’s victory over Pakistan in the Asia Cup. Virat Kohli played a crucial innings of 35 runs. After this, he scored an unbeaten 59 against Hong Kong to lead Team India to victory. Virat Kohli is playing brilliantly right now. At the end of the Asia Cup, fans are commenting that Rashid will give a befitting reply to Latif.