Yuvraj Singh’s special advice to formless Kohli

IPL 2022: Yuvraj Singh’s special advice to Virat Kohli out of form, ‘go back as a free-flowing man, follow the run’ – Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh says Virat Kohli needs to look back at his childhood and how he was as a person to correct the current recession. Yuvraj claims that Kohli’s work ethic is four times better than that of any other athlete he has seen in the last 15 years and that it will help him get out of the recession. Follow IPL 2022 live updates on InsideSport.IN

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The downturn in Kohli’s form has been going on for almost two years, as evidenced by his stats in IPL 2022. In nine matches, Kohli has scored just 128 runs at an average of 16 and a strike-rate of 119.62.

IPL 2022: Yuvraj Singh’s special advice to Virat Kohli out of form, ‘go back as a free-flowing man, run will follow’

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The calculation of his last five innings in the tournament is as follows: – 9 (10), 0 (1), 0 (1), 12 (14), and 1 (3). Although head coach Sanjay Bangar has backed him to do well in more matches, questions have been raised about how Kohli could return to his run-scoring best or take a break from the game to find his lost touch.

“Virat has to be a free-flowing personality again. If he can change himself and stay the same then that will be reflected in his game. He has proven himself to be the best of the age and believes in a strong work ethic that has brought him the best over the years. ” Yuvraj said in the first part of the upcoming two-stage interview on the ‘Home of Heroes’ show on the newly launched sports channel Sports18 which will be aired on April 29 at 7 pm.

IPL 2022: Yuvraj, a member of India’s winning team in the 2007 Men’s T20 World Cup and the 2011 Men’s Cricket World Cup, felt that what was happening to Kohli now was happening to the best cricketers in the world. “Of course, he’s not happy, and neither are the people, because we’ve seen him set big standards, run hundreds after hundreds. But it happens to the best players. “

Bangalore are currently fifth in the points table with ten points from nine matches. The team led by Faf-du Plessis will face table-topper Gujarat Titans on April 30 at Brabourne Stadium.

IPL 2022: Yuvraj Singh’s special advice to Virat Kohli out of form, ‘go back as a free-flowing man, run will follow’

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