Sehwag backs Kohli to regain his supreme form
Former Indian right-handed opening batsman Virender Sehwag recently talked about the bad form of the Indian skipper Virat Kohli during the tour to New Zealand.
India completed their tour to New Zealand in an unpleasant note as the hosts captured the two-match Test series as 2-0. Indian skipper Virat Kohli had a terrible series in white clothes as he was dismissed cheaply in thr four innings he played there.
As a result there are some criticisms being made on him. Recently former Indian captain Kapil Dev also criticised about the eye sight of Virat Kohli. In the meantime, former Indian right-handed opening batsman Virender Sehwag came in support to the Indian skipper and talked about the bad time Virat Kohli is having.
“When you are out of form, nothing works for you. It is not that Virat is not making efforts but luck has deserted him,” Sehwag quoted to Sportstar. The former opener said that Virat Kohli doesn’t have any issues with his sight and backed up the Indian skipper completely.
“Virat certainly doesn’t have hand-eye coordination issues. Your hand-eye issue deteriorates over a period of time. Not overnight. I am sure it is just lack of form. Also, he has got out to good deliveries,” he further added.
Following the New Zealand tour, the next assignment for India will be the home ODI series against South Africa which will start on March 12. But Virat Kohli’s participation in the tour is not confirmed till now due to his workload.