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Sri Lankan Man Called Virat Kohli Over-Rated, Got Epic Reply From Former England Player Alex Tudor


Sri Lankan Man Called Virat Kohli Over-Rated, Got Epic Reply From Former England Player Alex Tudor

The Indian cricket team is presently on the tour to New Zealand, the start of the tour was great for the visitors as they whitewashed the 5-match T20I series but then they lost the 3-match ODI series by 3-0 and now they have also lost the first test match of the 2-test match series.

Many cricket fans believe that the Indian team is losing because Indian skipper Virat Kohli and Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah are out of form. While Jasprit Bumrah didn’t even get a single wicket in the ODI series, his performance in the test match was also disappointing. On the other hand, Virat has also not been able to make some big scores in this tour and this has given a chance to his critics to slam him.

Recently, a Sri Lankan Twitter user made a tweet in which he wrote the scores made by Virat across all the formats in the New Zealand tour and called him over-rated while comparing him with Australian cricketer Steve Smith, Pakistan’s Babar Azam and New Zealand’s Kane Williamson.

The tweet read,

“19, 2, 9, 15, 51, 11, 38, 11, 45 – Virat Kohli’s scores in New Zealand series 2020 (all 3 formats). #Cricket

Inns – 9

Runs – 201

Ave – 22.33

50 – 1

*Steve Smith, Babar Azam & Kane Williamson top three all format batsmen and score in all conditions. Kohli over-rated.”

Soon, former England cricketer Alex Tudor came out in support of the Indian skipper and gave a perfect reply to the hater.

He tweeted,

“Overrated 😏 are you just looking for people to hit up your timeline 🤷🏾‍️ one bad tour & people coming for the great man 👎🏿”

Virat may not be having a great tour of New Zealand but he has proved himself many times and the manner in which he is scoring runs, he will certainly break many records including the highest number of centuries which is currently in the name of legendary former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar.

Despite the fact that Virat is not being able to make big scores, he is not worried about his form at all. During a post-match conference, he said that when a cricketer plays a lot of cricket, it is bound to happen that he may have 3-4 bad innings but there is nothing to think much about it because it will only increase such innings.

He says that he is batting fine and there are times when scores don’t give the clear picture as a batsman is not able to do the job in the manner in which he wants to.

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