“Does he say same about Rohit Sharma?” – Matthew Hayden reacts to Ravi Shastri’s comment on Virat Kohli

Matthew Hayden

As we all know Virat Kohli is struggling to get going with his bat in the ongoing IPL 2022. Even fans thought it would be great for him if he opens with Faf du Plessis so that he will get some license to go after the bowlers in the powerplay.
Remember only two fielders are allowed outside the circle during the powerplay.


On Sunday, Virat Kohli recorded his third gold duck of the present 2022 Indian Premier League season against SunRisers Hyderabad, reigniting debate about whether the batter should take a break to recover. Former Indian Team head coach Ravi Shastri, who had followed Kohli from nearby locations, was the one who first proposed the notion. Perhaps the Indian captain already needs a vacation after being interviewed on the radio by Harsha Bhogle, Matthew Hayden, and Sunil Gavaskar about the RCB-SRH rivalry.

During the second over of the match in which Bhuvneshwar Kumar was bowling, Harsha Bhogle raised Ravi Shastri’s position, saying: “Ravi Shastri suggested that Virat Kohli needed rest. To this Mathew Hayden said, “Does Shastri say the same about Rohit Sharma, who has also not been able to fire in the ongoing IPL edition.”


He said these guys are playing cricket all the time, of course these tournaments come around so quickly, you get yourself into a mental space. He also said that Virat Kohli has been brilliant at it for so many years, so animated, so passionate.
Mathew Hayden said, “To come off that though just for a moment and you are under pressure,”

He said no player in this world wants to go to the selector and say not to select him. Very sad when you get into a small rut, you can not find the way out. good as David Warner, ”he added. Sunil Gavaskar said that break should not be affecting the matches that you play for the Indian cricket Team. The Indian team should be the first preference for each and every player.

In the match between RCB and SRH, the former batted first and finished with 192/3 in 20 overs. In pursuit of 193, Rahul Tripathi scored 58 runs, but no other batter could match him at the other end, and RCB went on to win by 67 runs. With this massive win over SRH , RCB moved into top 4 of the points table.


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