IPL 2022
Virat Kohli Feels He Has Seen Everything On A Cricket Field
By CricShots - May 11, 2022 12:59 pm
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Former Royal Challenger Bangalore (RCB) skipper, Virat Kohli is not having a great outing in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 202. He has not been able to score runs as freely as he used to. Recently, he opened up about how he felt after getting dismissed on the very first ball twice this season and also talked about how he managed to shut the outside noise.

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli was disappointed after his dismissal

Virat Kohli has not been able to do well for RCB in the IPL 2022 so far with the bat. The former RCB captain has been dismissed on the very first ball of his innings three times this season as it happened twice against SRH and once against the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG).

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Fans, as well as former cricketers, have been concerned about Virat Kohli’s form as he has only managed to amass 216 runs in the 12 matches that he has played at an average of 19.64. The right-handed batter opened about his form in IPL 2022 and touched upon the ducks that he has scored in IPL 2022.

While speaking with Mr. Nags in a video shared by RCB’s official Twitter account Virat Kohli said, “First-ball ducks. After the second one (duck), I actually realized what It feels like to be like you (Mr Nags character), absolutely helpless. It hasn’t happened to me ever in my career, I think. I have seen everything now. It’s been so long, I have seen everything in this game”.

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Furthermore, Virat Kohli was also asked about how he deals with critics and pundits when they talk about his game to which he replied, “They can’t be in my shoes. They can’t feel what I feel. They can’t live my life. They can’t live those moments. How do you cut out the noise? You either mute the TV or don’t pay attention to what people are saying. I do both those things.”

Here is the video shared by RCB: