Mohammad Rizwan, Pakistan’s red-ball vice-captain, has backed former Indian skipper Virat Kohli to return to form after a poor run with the bat in recent months.
In an interview with Cricwick, Rizwan expressed his belief that a player of Kohli’s level will make a great comeback and return to his best form in the near future. Rizwan stated that every player in the world, including Kohli, goes through hard times during their careers.
Kohli is a champion player, according to the wicket-keeper batsman, and his work ethic will aid him in returning to his previous levels. He believes he can pray for Kohli’s success since he is a hardworking cricketer and believes the Indian maestro will be able to regain his form.
“Difficult times occur, and things improve. Every player has scored centuries and has been eliminated in pairs, and so on. I can pray for him, and I’m hopeful that with hard work, he’ll be able to control everything,” Rizwan said.
Kohli’s career has been on the decline for the past year. In nearly 100 matches across all three formats, he has yet to hit a century, a streak that has lasted more than two years. His performance in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) has also been disappointing, as he has only 216 runs at an average of 19.30 in 12 innings.