Virat Kohli: ‘I feel lonely even in a room full of people’ – Virat Kohli on mental health

Indian cricket team legend Virat Kohli is ready to return to the field. He was on a break after the tour of England. Kohli has been a frequent victim of criticism for his poor form. But now with his return, the fans will expect a good performance. Kohli will play the match against Pakistan in the 2022 Asian Cup. At the same time, before the Asian Cup, Virat Kohli made a big statement about mental health. He said that even if the people who support me are in the same room, sometimes I feel lonely.

Former India captain Virat Kohli said in an interview that the most important thing for a player is his game. The game itself makes the player the best. But the pressure he is under takes a serious toll on his mental health. This is a serious problem. The more we try to be strong all the time, the more it alienates you.

Virat said that if you lose connection with your game, it won’t take long for things around you to end. You must learn to divide your time so that balance is maintained. Kohli said that it is very important to know what is going on inside one’s mind.

Kohli has played 7 T20 internationals against Pakistan so far. During this, he has scored 311 runs with the help of 3 half centuries. Kohli’s best T20 score against Pakistan is 78, not out. If we talk about ODI matches, Kohli has scored 536 runs in 13 matches against Pakistan. During this he has scored 2 centuries and 2 half centuries. Kohli’s best ODI score against Pakistan is 183 runs.

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