Virat Kohli’s century-chasing streak appears to be on break. Since November 2019, he has not really scored a century in any format, and he has failed to light up the venue on England’s current tour. He’s also fallen to 5th place in the ICC Test rankings for batters, his low standing in recent years. However, Rajkumar sharma who is Virat kohli’s Chilhood coach said about Virat kohli and Expresses his reaction on Kohli Slipping down In World Rankings.
Virat Kohli has figures of 0, 42, and 20 in 3 innings of the five-match Test series versus England so far. Meanwhile, as the series continued, the 32-year-old appeared to be more at ease. He has captained the side effects in both Test matches and has frequently stated that he is unconcerned about his personal form.
Kohli was quite excited and not too worried about his runs: Rajkumar Sharma
Virat Kohli’s coach, Rajkumar Sharma, also stated that he is in a good mood right now and that there is no reason to be concerned about him. Sharma recently spoke with him and believes the Indian skipper would soon get a huge hundred.
“I don’t feel there is any need to motivate him because he is extremely motivated. When I had spoken to him after the last match as well, he was quite excited and was happy that they had won and was not too worried about his runs. When he has such an attitude, a big hundred is about to come,” Rajkumar Sharma said
Meanwhile, Rajkumar Sharma was taken aback when he learned that Virat Kohli had fallen to 5th place in the ICC standings. Kohli’s fall has combined with Joe Root’s top form, as the latter has advanced to 2nd place owing to his outstanding performance thus far in the series.
“It is shocking news for me that Virat Kohli has fallen to the fifth spot. I was expecting that Joe Root would have probably gone ahead of him. I will definitely talk to him,” Sharma further added.