New Delhi: Former India captain Virat Kohli is facing poor form these days. Be it Tests or T20s, Virat Kohli's bat is not moving the way he is known for. In such a situation, questions are constantly being raised about whether Virat Kohli should be placed in the final XI or not. Recently, other legends, including former captain Kapil Dev, raised questions about Virat, so now Team India's captain Rohit Sharma has openly supported Kohli.
After the end of the third T20I against England, when Rohit Sharma held a press conference, he was asked a question about Virat Kohli. To which Rohit Sharma replied, "These are not difficult situations for us, because we don't listen to anything outside. Who are the expert people, and why are they called experts? They are watching the game from the outside, they have no idea what is going on inside." Rohit Sharma said that we have a process, and we make a team. Thinking a lot about these decisions, boys are backed up. People on the outside don't know these things, what happens outside is not necessary for us, what's happening in our team is what's important for us. The form is all up and down, but the quality of the player is not bad.
Rohit Sharma further said that we back the quality of the player, the poor form has been with me as well, and it stays with everyone. If a player has been doing so well for so many years, then in a series or two years, he should not be ignored. We, the people who are inside the team, who are running the team, know how important that player is.
Let us know that Virat Kohli, who could not do anything special in the Edgbaston Test, recently in both T20s also, he could only score 1, 11 runs. In such a situation, many legendary cricketers, including Kapil Dev, had said that the name of a player should not be used, but the final XI should be selected according to the current form.