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Kohli and Babar convo on Twitter is winning hearts

Kohli and Babar convo on Twitter is winning hearts

Virat Kohli’s suffering form is not behind the curtains. Despite the captaincy pressure ending a long ago, the ex-skipper is yet to settle with the bat. Not only does the anticipation of witnessing his 71st international century rise, but everyone, including himself, await some good amount of runs totalling in his stats.

Kohli’s millions of Indian fans and from across the border wish strength to him, standing beside him with intense support. Where some believe that he should be rested to get back in form, Pakistani captain Babar Azam posted a tweet for him, signalling that the rough patch comes in every player’s life. The batter wished him strength, assuring him the bad hours would pass sooner.

As if it was not enough to fill the followers with happiness, the delights were doubled after Kohli took a minute out to pen out an answer to his arch-rival. He thanked Babar alongside writing some prayers and wishing luck for his career. The conversation is tweeted as follows:

Kohli and Babar convo leaves everyone in love

It must be noted the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) announced an 18-player squad on Thursday for the upcoming away T20I series. The watch outs were not amazed to see Kohli missing, who had been pondering over runs for a long ago.

Undoubtedly, he has been one of the greatest cricketers the world cricket has ever produced. His current participation in England’s limited-over series has not been fruitful either, and for that reason, the board has decided to rest him. It means Kohli will be out of action for almost a month.

It is also questionable if it is an end to his career, the answer of which can only be given once the BCCI announces the squad for the Asia Cup 2022. However, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly somehow cleared fans’ assumptions saying the lean patch comes in athlete’s life, and he believes Kohli will be clear of unfortunates soon.

Ganguly’s quotations are readable here.

Also, see:

Virat Kohli is better than Babar Azam, says Imam ul Haq

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Virat Kohli is better than Babar Azam, says Imam ul Haq

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