Irfan Pathan said that Virat Kohli’s technique is not flawed but his aggression is becoming a problem. Kohli has scored just 124 runs in five innings in the ongoing Test series against England. Former Indian women’s team captain Anjum Chopra also gave error-free batting tips to Virat.New Delhi: Virat Kohli did not perform well in the series against England. He is getting caught behind the wicket continuously. Kohli was also getting out in this estimate in the year 2014. Some former players have also questioned Kohli’s technique. However, former Team India all-rounder Irfan Pathan believes that something is different. Pathan believes that the problem lies more with Kohli’s technique than his aggressive approach.
Irfan Pathan feels that his aggressive approach is more responsible for Virat Kohli’s failure as a batsman in England than his lack of technique. Kohli has so far scored 124 runs in five innings at an average of just 24.80. He scored 55 runs in the second innings of the Leeds Test. This is his only fifty in the series.
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On Aakash Chopra’s YouTube channel, Irfan said that Kohli could not perform well in the series due to his aggressive behavior. “I don’t think it’s a matter of preparation,” Pathan said. Virat Kohli wants to dominate the other team and that is why he is playing outside the off-stump. This is a small thing. Kohli has an aggressive mindset more than his technique, which is causing this problem.
In such a situation, former captain of the Indian women’s team Anjum Chopra says, “Kohli is aware that she is a run-scorer, but she has to put more weight on her shoulders to bat without mistake and because of this she Can’t play freely. I think he should set his own standard for batting a little less error-free than what he is trying to do.
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Anjum said that Virat Kohli was thrown off-stump by the England bowlers. He tested Kohli’s restraint and eventually forced him to tamper with the ball and in doing so, Kohli got stuck behind the wicket.
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