Savage Virat Kohli: 'I don't need anyone to tell me what kind of player I am'. cricket news

Virat Kohli often responded to criticism with his bat whenever questions were raised about a certain flaw in his batting technique or his abilities as a batsman, limiting his display of anger to aggression on the field. But before the crucial moment initial loading match against Chennai Super Kings, the Royal Challengers Bangalore the batsman has spoken openly about a recent criticism that led to a war of words between him and another batting legend Sunil Gavaskar.
Recently, Kohli was criticized for his T20 strike rate during the first part of the ongoing IPL season and then criticized by Gavaskar for his tirade against pundits and analysts who raised these issues just before the selection of the Indian squad for T20 World Cup.

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However, Kohli has not only been selected for the T20 World Cup but has also reached the top of the IPL 2024 points table and is currently the Orange Cap holder with 661 runs in 13 innings at a rate of strike of 155.16.
During a recent chat show on JioCinema, Kohli was asked about his reaction to the “noise of the outside atmosphere” – a question which has its roots in the Gavaskar vs Kohli controversy.
“I don't need to react. I know what I can do on the pitch. That's why I don't need to tell anyone what kind of player I am, what my abilities are. I never ask anyone how to play. I learned from myself that it is not by chance that we win the game. We eat and live, so it is not possible by chance.
Translated into English : “I don't need to react at all. I know what I can do on the pitch. I don't need to tell anyone, what kind of player I am, what my abilities are. I don't have to never asked anyone how to win a match (for my team), I learned it myself by being in different situations, by failing Okay, you won a match for the team, or two there-. low and win repeatedly, then it can't happen by chance.”

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