Michael Vaughan believes Virat Kohli should take a break from cricket, claiming that every player goes through a trying period in his career.
Virat Kohli’s performance in the previous match
Virat Kohli’s problems in the ongoing Indian Premier League have been well documented, and former England captain Michael Vaughan has urged that the star batsman have to take a vacation from the game, as had former India head coach Ravi Shastri earlier this season. Virat Kohli was removed for seven runs in RCB’s IPL 2022 Qualifier 2 loss to Rajasthan Royals on Friday. With only 341 runs in 16 games, the 33-year-old had one of his worst seasons. Kohli, according to Vaughan, should take some time away from the game because every player passes through a difficult period in his career.
Michael Vaughan said on Virat Kohli
“I believe he should put his bat in his bag and go sit down with his family for the time being. I’m not sure where he can go without being bothered and harassed while making commercials. Just stay away from it all for a few weeks and he’ll be in great shape when he picks up the bat “On Cricbuzz, Vaughan stated.
“He’s a legendary player who’s going through a difficult period. You could have turned on the television or been at the field two or three years ago and predicted that Virat would score a century. He was just going through one of those streaks where he appeared to get a hundred every time he batted. Isn’t it a profession? You don’t go through your entire career with everything being so simple, do you? “He went on to say.
Kohli has been rested for India’s upcoming T20 series against South Africa, and Vaughan believes the former India captain should have a break before resuming his duties in the one-off Test against England.
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