Virat Kohli’s childhood coach said, people forget that he is a man, not an instrument

Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli has come under fire for losing the match against Kings Allen Punjab in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020. Not only bad captaincy, he is also a target of critics for dropping a few catches in the match. Kohli has disappointed the fans with his batting as well. While fans are criticizing Kohli for failing to lead the team, RCB captain Kohli’s childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma has sided with him.

He mentioned that players have to see good and bad days on the field and no one can control it. There is no doubt that Virat Kohli has set some standards for himself and that is why whenever he takes to the field, fans are expecting him to perform great.

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The business world quoted Prince as saying, “It’s just a part of a player’s life. Bad days and good days survive for you because Kohli has set a standard that people forget that he too is not just a man. There is nothing wrong. People will ask if there is any technical or mental problem in the game, but I will say again that it is a part of the game. “

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Virat’s mimes went viral on social media after skipper Lokesh Rahul missed two easy catches during the match against Kings XI Punjab. On the issue, Rajkumar Sharma said that Jonty Rhodes and Javed Miandad, who are considered among the best fielders in the world, also missed catches in their careers.

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