Ashish Nehra stopped speaking to Virat’s critics, Said – Virat does not need to change anything overnight

Former India fast bowler Ashish Nehra stopped speaking of Virat’s critics: Said – Virat does not need to change anything overnight.

Former Indian cricket team’s legendary left-arm fast bowler Ashish Nehra believes that there is only a short time left for the regular captain of the Indian team Virat Kohli to score big runs again.

He has stopped speaking to the critics who questioned the captain of the Indian team. Ashish Nehra says that there is no need for the Indian captain to make any changes in his technique overnight.

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Ashish Nehra stopped speaking to Virat

The performance of Indian captain Kohli is currently being understood in very poor form in England. Captain Virat Kohli, who played against England, could only cross the 50 marks.

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Indian captain Kohli continues to get out on balls going outside the off-stump. Seeing this struggle of Virat Kohli, Sunil Gavaskar also suggested to him that he should learn a lesson from Sachin Tendulkar’s Sydney double century in 2004.

When during that time the master blaster did not play a single off-side drive. In an online media interaction organized by Sony, Ashish Nehra was asked whether Virat Kohli should heed Gavaskar’s advice.

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Then during that time, this former fast bowler from India replied that the first thing a cricketer like Virat Kohli knows is his game, that is why he has been able to reach here. He has been consistently successful in those circumstances.

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Whenever you talk about English conditions, everyone knows that it is not that easy. Ashish Nehra further said that you have just talked about Sunil Gavaskar.

Yes, if a player like Virat Kohli feels that he should do it, then I am sure that he will definitely try to do so.

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But you have also correctly mentioned here that Virat Kohli got out at slips continuously but not while driving all the time. He too got out while defending during that time. That’s why it’s not like the ball isn’t there to drive, yet he’s going for a cover drive.

Supporting captain Kohli, the former veteran fast bowler of India said that I do not think that captain Kohli needs to make any changes in his technique overnight.

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