“Thank You. Keep Shining and Rising”- Virat Kohli Responds to Babar Azam’s Tweet
Virat Kohli has been struggling with his form for almost three years. That is the reason he is facing a lot of backlash from many former cricketers and cricket analysts. But on the other hand, there are many cricketers and former cricketers who have also come out in support of the Indian batter. Recently, the Pakistani skipper, Babar Azam, also tweeted in support of Virat. He took to his official Twitter handle and tweeted, “This too shall pass. Stay strong.” Bet online by checking more new betting sites in India for the upcoming match here on our site.
Notably, the former Indian skipper is on a tour of England. But his personal performances are not very good. He has scored only 59 runs in the five innings he has batted on this tour. On the other hand, he is not in the team for the West Indies. He has been given rest, along with Jasprit Bumrah. But he has faced a lot of big names. The likes of Kapil Dev, Virender Sehwag, and Syed Kirmani are some names that have been urged to drop him from the team.
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Virat Kohli replied to Babar Azam’s tweet
The 33-year-old has been struggling and is not able to play for a big score. He scored his last century in November 2019 against Bangladesh, which was scored in a pink-ball test. Since then, there’s been a drought of a hundred under his name. His performance in the last season of the IPL was also below-par, which increased the pressure on him. In such a situation, getting support from another modern-day great is something different. However, former Pakistani all-rounder, Shahid Afridi also questioned Virat for not responding to Babar’s tweet. He said,
“Babar has given across an incredible message. I don’t know if there has been a response from the other side. I think Virat should have responded by now. It would be a very big thing if there is a response to Babar’s tweet, but I don’t think that is going to happen.”
But now the 33-year-old has replied and answered the tweet. Virat Kohli responded to Babar’s tweet, “Thank you. Keep shining and rising. Wish you all the best.” Bet online by checking more VIP betting tips for FREE from our professional expert tipsters.
The Pakistani skipper is currently in Sri Lanka for a two-match Test series. The first match is underway that started on July 16, Saturday. Ahead of the match, Babar was asked about Kohli following his tweet. He said that in the current situation, the former Indian skipper needs support and trust. The Pakistani skipper highlighted that he can understand the situation when you are struggling to score runs and that he needs the support of everyone.