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“I am sure he will regain his form”, Ganguly Backs Virat Kohli

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly backs Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma and believes that they will be back in the scoring form sooner than later, and despite the fact that he conceded that he doesn’t have the foggiest idea what is turning out badly for the former India captain with regards to his batting, however, he trusts that Kohli will recapture his form.

Ganguly backs Virat and Rohit

In an exclusive interaction, Ganguly likewise named pace sensation Umran Malik as the ‘extraordinary essence’ of IPL 2022 up to this point and thought that no team is by all accounts an obvious contender to bring home the championship, and any group can lift the prize this year.

Talking about the competition in this year’s IPL, Ganguly said:

“Oh, it’s very interesting, I am watching [the IPL]. Any team can win and everyone is playing well. The two new teams – Gujrat Titans and Lucknow Super Giants  – are doing well.

Umran Malik’s bowling has been eye-catching. Umesh Yadav too has bowled well and so has Khalil Ahmed. I would say Umran Malik has been the outstanding face of the league so far.”

Umran Malik
Umran Malik

Will Virat be able to overcome the demons and be the great batter he once was again?

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly feels so. He also says that not just Kohli but Indian captain Rohit Sharma, who is also not among runs in IPL 2022, will hit the right buttons soon.

“They are great players and I am sure they will get back in form. I hope they start scoring runs soon. I don’t know what is going on in Virat Kohli’s head but I am sure he will regain his form and get some good runs. He is a great player,” said Ganguly to News 18.

On the fear of Covid-19 entering the bio-bubbles again and disrupting the league, Ganguly said, “If the Covid cases do not rise in the country, bio-bubbles may not be required after the IPL. But, we will have to wait and watch for how long will they will be able to play in one place.

Covid is here to stay – it will be around for another 10 years, so we have to live with it. [As for BCCI handling the situation if the need arises], let’s see what can be done.”

In nine matches, Kohli has scored only 128 runs at 16.00 with two first-ball ducks up until this point.

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