Virat Kohli vs Babar Azam: Former Pakistani Cricketer Raised Questions About Virat’s Technique, Told Babar Better About This Matter

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  • Former Pakistani fast pitcher questions Kohli’s technique
  • Before the Asian Cup, goal in Kohli
  • India-Pakistan match at the Asian Cup on August 28

Virat Kohli: Team India’s star batsman Virat Kohli is set to return to the Asian Cup from August 27. Kohli has been in poor form for a long time and during this time he did not even appear in the Indian team’s previous tour of West Indies and upcoming tour of Zimbabwe, for which he has been heavily criticized. The former captain of India is making a comeback in the Asian Cup and all cricket pundits are confident in his strong comeback in the first match against Pakistan. But before this high voltage match, former Pakistan fast bowler Aaqib Javed made unnecessary comments comparing Kohli to Babar Azam.

There is a problem with Virat Kohli’s technique – Aaqib Javed

Speaking to PakTV.TV, Javed said technically strong hitters like Babar, Kane Williamson and Joe Root can’t stay in bad shape for as long as Kohli. Kohli has failed to score any century in international cricket for the last 993 days.

Javed feels that the 33-year-old Indian batsman is constantly changing his technique as he goes through a rough patch. They have realized his weaknesses and will have to hit freely and play big innings to get out of this round.

Babar, Williamson and Root have better technique than Kohli: Javed

Arguing in his favour, the former Pakistani fast bowler said: “There are two types of great players, first those who get stuck once, stay stuck for a long time. Others are technically strong like Babar Azam, Kane Williamson and Joe Root. , whose bad moments can’t last that long. It’s hard to find his weaknesses. On many occasions, Kohli gets caught up in the outside handing over of the stump. James Anderson has implicated him a million times.”

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He further stated: “The last few days I was watching him hit and I felt like he wasn’t playing that kind of delivery intentionally. When you change your technique, these issues come to the fore. To get out of this difficulty, you should try to play long innings without being too alert.

Statistics show that Virat likes to play against Pakistan, especially in the T20 format. In his seven innings so far, he has scored 311 runs at an average of 77.75, including three half centuries. Apart from him, no other batsman has scored 200 runs so far. That is to say, in the Asian Cup on July 28 against Arch Rivals Pakistan, Kohli will have a great opportunity to return to form.

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