Virat Kohli removes the fear of Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane! said this

India captain Virat Kohli clarified on Monday that the team’s current leadership does not seek to put veteran players Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane in shape, as talks alone cannot change a player’s performance. He also answered the question of Shreyas Iyer and Hanuma Vihari, who have had a good performance, being eliminated from the XI of the game. Although Hanuma had a chance to play in the Johannesburg test match.

Both senior hitters found some form by scoring half a century in the second Test against South Africa. But due to the struggle to score runs for a long time, questions arise. It is said that there is something wrong with Shreyas Iyer and Hanuma Vihari. He has to sit outside despite his good performance.

While Iyer scored a century and a half in the debut Test against New Zealand in the home series, Vihari scored 40 undefeated in the Johannesburg Test. Kohli was asked if how to deal with the transition period is being discussed. Kohli said: “I can’t say for sure when we will talk about the change. The game itself proceeds in a changing way. You cannot force it on any player.

He came to the rescue of his fellow seniors. He said: “If you look at the last Test itself, the way Rahane and Pujara hit in the second inning, that experience is priceless for us. Especially in a series like this where we know these players have played their part well. In the past, in the last Test, he played big innings in difficult conditions and that has a lot of meaning.

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The captain said conversations with a player about the change can be complicated and should be allowed to happen in an orderly manner. Kohli said: “I think that change happens and it happens naturally. I think that conversations about change cannot be forced.


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