Robin Uthappa's big statement on Virat Kohli's poor form

New Delhi: Former Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli's form has been in the news for a long time. Many times questions were raised about Virat Kohli's place in the team, who has been craving for a century for the past two and a half years. But many of the fellow and former cricketers have consistently supported Virat Kohli. Now Chennai Super Kings (CSK) star batsman Robin Uthappa has openly supported the former captain. 

Robin Uthappa says that in the way Virat Kohli has performed, no one has the right to question his place in the team. Or when he takes a break, he also pointed fingers at the time he takes a break. In an interview, Robin Uthappa said that There is still a lot of cricket left in Virat Kohli and he can still score 30-35 more centuries. His place in the team can never be brought under question. Uthappa also said that no one has the right to tell Virat Kohli how to play.

Robin Uthappa further said, "When Virat was scoring runs, scoring centuries or consecutive centuries, then no one said how he should play. In such a situation, now no one should have the right to tell or teach Virat. Virat Kohli has scored 70 centuries on the strength of his technique and ability, he can still score 30-35 centuries."

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