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Babar Azam Virat Kohli: After the tweet, Pakistani captain Babar Azam again praised Virat Kohli, and said this thing


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Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam on Thursday supported Virat Kohli. He made a tweet for Virat, who was battling poor form, which won the hearts of all the fans. Kohli was dismissed for 16 in the second ODI against England.Soon after, in a tweet, Babar said – this time too shall pass. As soon as the tweet became public, fans started praising Babar for supporting Kohli. Babar addressed a press conference on the eve of the first Test against Sri Lanka. During this, he was asked about his tweet on Kohli.
Babar replied, “As a player, I know you can go through this type of out-of-form.” I also know what a player does in such an era and what goes through that. That’s when you need support. I just tweeted thinking it would support and give them courage. He is one of the best players in the world.
Babar said- Virat is playing a lot of cricket and he knows how to get out of these situations. It takes time. It would be really cool if you support the players in this round. Babar and Kohli are seen as the two best batsmen at present. Fans keep comparing who has the better cover drive between the two.
In the second ODI against England, Kohli had caught wicketkeeper Jos Buttler for touching the ball going outside the off-stump. Prior to that he had hit three fours and was looking in good touch. Kohli’s last international century came in 2019 and since then he has not been able to reach the three-figure score. Virat also failed to score runs in the Edgbaston Test and then in the two T20Is against England.
Kohli will not be part of the Indian squad for the upcoming ODI and T20I series against the West Indies from July 22. Kohli had sought rest from the West Indies tour and has been given rest by the board. Talking about the second ODI match between India and England, Team India failed to chase down the target of 247 runs and was bundled out for 146 runs. England won the second ODI by 100 runs and leveled the series 1-1. Reece Topley took six wickets for the hosts


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