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Zimbabwean Star Stands By Virat Kohli Despite Form Slump, Saying, “Let The Guy Live In Peace”

Kohli has been under fire for his recent poor performance, but Zimbabwe batsman Sikandar Raza has defended him.

Over the course of the previous decade or so, Virat Kohli has established himself as one of the players who is most reliable across all formats. However, his recent drop in form has become a heated topic of controversy, and a number of current and former cricket players have shared their thoughts on Kohli’s problems in recent matches.

In light of the fact that the Twenty20 World Cup will take place later this year, many people are wondering whether or not he will continue to play for India. In spite of the criticism, Zimbabwe batsman Sikandar Raza has shown support for Kohli.

“Inasmuch as cricket was all about fitness and xyz, the manner in which he moved that aspect of the game forward for younger generations to follow is admirable, and people ought to give him enough credit for that.

I have the impression that he is the best player in all game formats, and this assessment has nothing to do with his statistics, what he has accomplished, what he is currently going through, or what he will eventually accomplish; rather, I am speaking in a more general sense “Anis Sajan quoted what Raza had to say about it on his YouTube channel.

The batsman who was born in Pakistan also requested that members of the cricketing community refrain from making any comments on the form of the batter who is 33 years old.

“I don’t believe that my level of expertise or experience qualifies me to offer guidance to a guy who has more than 20,000 professional runs under his belt. What am I supposed to tell him? I am unable to discuss anything with him. If anything,

I am able to maintain my silence and encourage others to do the same in order to allow the other person to live in peace. Simply ignore him, and keep your fingers crossed that he will recover quickly “he advised.

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