Virat Kohli: Told about his bad phase before the World Cup

India’s star batsman Virat Kohli will compete in his fourth ODI World Cup as they attempt to capture their third championship at home. With his form restored after a three-year dry spell, Kohli will be the cornerstone of India’s batting order going into the competition. Along with Ravichandran Ashwin, the 34-year-old was a member of India’s 2011 home victory campaign and is the only player still playing today from that group.

The batsman from Delhi has been in incredible form this year, scoring 612 runs from 13 innings at an average of 55.63 and a strike rate of 112.91 while also amassing three hundreds and two fifty-sixes. Recently, remembering his negative phase, The former captain of India acknowledged that experience had taught him a lot and that he had changed as a result.

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The great batter went on to say that his poor performance was more a result of his mental state than any technical shortcomings.

India’s second-highest run scorer in the ODI World Cup is Virat Kohli.

Notably, Kohli has 1030 runs to his credit from 26 innings at an average of 46.81 and a strike rate of 86.70 with two hundreds and six fifties to his name, making him the second-highest run scorer for India in ODI World Cups. In order to help his team finally win the ICC Trophy, the star batter will be eager to have another fantastic tournament with the bat.

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