Kapil Dev said - Virat Kohli will not get angry on criticism, if he does not score runs, he will speak, will remain silent

Kapil Dev said - Virat Kohli will not get angry on criticism, if he does not score runs, he will speak, will remain silent

Virat Kohli, the former captain of the Indian cricket team, has been running in poor form for a long time. Kohli, who was seen struggling to score runs in all three formats of cricket, could not recover from his poor form in the Indian Premier League as well. Now all eyes will be on him on the tour of England. In this matter, former Indian captain Kapil Dev has advised him that if runs are not scored, then people will speak and do not expect them to remain silent.

Kapil said, "I have not played as much cricket as Virat Kohli has played. But sometimes it happens that you may not have played much cricket but you know how to improve things. It is true that Those who are great players should not be criticized. We have played cricket and we understand the game and after that players have to change their thinking and not our thinking.

"If Joe proves us wrong, we'll love it. If Joe doesn't score runs, we'll just assume there's something wrong. We see only one thing and that's your performance, and if your performance is not good, don't expect people to remain silent. Your bat and your performance should speak, nothing more."

"It hurts me so much to see such a great player go through such poor form for so long. He is like a hero to us. We never imagined that we would see such a player. Who can compare with Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, Sunil Gavaskar, and Virender Sehwag? But then they come and they make us compare ourselves with these great players, and now for the last two years it is me more His poor form is bothering all of us."

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Smriti Mandhana joined this special club of Kohli-Rohit, and Harmanpreet broke Mithali Raj's big record

Smriti Mandhana joined this special club of Kohli-Rohit, and Harmanpreet broke Mithali Raj's big record

The Indian women's team is on a tour of Sri Lanka these days. A series of 3 T20 matches are being played between both the teams here. The Indian team has won the series by winning the first two matches. The third match of the T20 series will be played from 2 pm on Monday at Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla. In the second match of the series, Harmanpreet Kaur and Smriti Mandhana have made a special record. At the same time, Harmanpreet has left behind former captain Mithali Raj in this matter.

Mithali Raj broke the record
The Indian women's team won the second T20 match played on Saturday by 5 wickets. In this match, Harmanpreet broke the special record of former captain Mithali Raj. Harman has now become the highest run-scorer (2372) Indian female cricketer in T20 Internationals. On the other hand, Mithali is at number two with 2364 runs. In the second T20, Harman scored an unbeaten 31 off 32 balls.

Mandhana in Kohli-Rohit's club
In the second T20, India's opener Smriti Mandhana scored 39 runs in 34 balls. In Mandhana's T20 International, 2 thousand (2011) runs have been completed. She has now joined the special club of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. She has become the fifth batsman (men and women) of India to complete her 2000 runs in T20 International matches. Before him, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Harmanpreet Kaur, and Mithali Raj have done this feat.

Highest run-scorer in T20I Indian batsman

Rohit Sharma: 3313 runs
Virat Kohli: 3296 runs
Harmanpreet Kaur: 2372 runs
Mithali Raj: 2364 runs
Smriti Mandhana: 2011 Runs

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