Former Indian batsman Virender Sehwag says that Virat Kohli knows how to get out of the bad form. In a radio channel program, Sehwag said, “It is a bad time and it comes in every player’s career. If you look at Sachin Tendulkar, he has not played a similar game each year. When the time changes, the form also changes. This is the identity of the big player that he knows how to return to the good form.
Virat Kohli scored 250 runs in 9 matches at an average of 27, in which his highest score was 64. Kohli will captain the Indian team in the Champions Trophy starting from June 1 in England. Sehwag does not agree that the Indian players will feel tired playing in the 50-over format of Champions Trophy after playing in the IPL.
We all know that Virat Kohli is not a good form but we also know that he is the world class player and he will return in good form shortly. Virat Kohli will play a significant role for Team India in Champions Trophy.