Virat Kohli opened up on how he was trying his best to meet people’s expectations during his struggle for the form and said he had to take responsibility. Kohli scored a match-winning century against Sri Lanka in the First ODI on Tuesday.
Keeping it to the point
- Kohli scored blistering innings of 113 to secure India’s Victory against Sri Lanka in the first ODI on Tuesday.
- The star batsman revealed it was an intense process to actually meet the people’s expectations while he was struggling with the form
- Kohli said it is necessary to take two steps back when you feel a little desperate.
By Crox Media Desk: Virat Kohli had opened up on meeting the expectations of his fans during his lean run in International Cricket and said he had to take responsibility and need to put things in the right perspective.
Popularly known as the “Run Machine” was struggling with his form in International Cricket.
Things started getting better for him the former Captain in Asia Cup as he scored his maiden T20 hundred and went to brilliant form in Australia during World Cup, where he was the highest run-scorer in the tournament.
Kohli started this year with an impeccable century helping team India to secure 67 runs win against Sri Lanka.
Speaking to SKY (Suraya Kumar Yadav) after, the 34-year-old veteran said that people start to look at you differently when you are in a good form and meeting people’s expectations is really an intense process.
Kohli said that the frustration started to take over at the time and his game was very far away. Kohli went he realized he couldn’t stay away from who he was and had to be true to himself and not be in denial. He said that he had to take responsibility and put things in perspective. Kohli concluded by saying that whenever you feel a little bit of desperation.