Indian Test captain Virat Kohli has not been able to play a big inning for a long time. It is going to be almost 3 years for Virat to score a century in international cricket. He is not able to convert his starts into big innings continuously. Due to which he has also received a lot of criticism. In such a situation, now Australia’s strong opener David Warner has supported Virat Kohli. Warner said that legendary players like Virat Kohli and Steve Smith have the right to fail at some point or the other because they have contributed a lot to the game.
Virat Kohli, who scored his last international century in the Pink Ball Test match against Bangladesh in the year 2019, has been struggling for a long time. Virat definitely scored many half-centuries during this period, but due to not being able to play big innings, questions are also being raised on him.
Virat Kohli also has the right to fail
During a special conversation with him on Boria Majumdar’s show, Warner said, we have to understand Kohli’s position as well. That guy has been playing in Bio-Bubble for a long time. He has just become a father and rarely sees his daughter and wife. All these things affect the performance of a player. Sometimes even the best players fail to face tough situations.
Virat Kohli has scored 70 international hundreds but everyone is eagerly waiting for his 71st century and everyone will hope that Virat will definitely end this wait in Cape Town Test.
Taunt on Hyderabad
The mutual dispute between the IPL franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad and David Warner during the IPL 2021 is well known. While answering the question asked on this issue, Warner said,
If you are going to drop your captain and don’t pick him in the team despite the work he has done, what message does that send to the youngsters in the team? What message does this send to the rest of the team? What hurts me the most is that other people are now thinking, ‘Oh, this could happen to me’