With just 45 runs scored in two Test matches, Virat Kohli did not appear to be in his best form against Bangladesh. The Indian cricket team won the Test series against Bangladesh by a score of 2-0, but the scoreline does not accurately reflect the series’ outcome. The top-order batsmen, including stand-in skipper KL Rahul and Virat Kohli, continued to struggle in the second Test, forcing the team to rely on runs from Ravichandran Ashwin to win.
Because of Kohli’s performance, Rajkumar Sharma, his childhood coach, continued to criticize him. He even stated that Virat’s escape strategy is “not acceptable.” Rajkumar Sharma stated on India News Sports that it is “unfortunate” to see a batter of Virat Kohli’s caliber struggle against Bangladeshi spinners.
He stated on India News Sports, “A batter is quite disappointed after he gets out, and Virat Kohli is very aggressive by nature.” However, the manner in which he has been escaping is unacceptable. It is regrettable to see a batter of his stature struggle against Bangladeshi spinners. He should have been more thoughtful.
Additionally, Rajkumar has advised Kohli to bat loosely in an effort to agitate the spinners.
He might have been able to play a little bit more freely with both the mid-on and mid-off fielders inside the circle. He won’t let you play unless you upset the spinner. For some time, India’s top four batters, including Rahul and star player Virat Kohli.
Have struggled against spin. Team India still has a shot at the World Test Championship (WTC) finals, so they’ll need to win the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia big next year. India will undoubtedly be the underdog given that they have only lost two home Tests in the past decade. However, their batting lacks the same self-assurance as it used to.