Virat Kohli, a former captain of Team India, responded to Babar Azam in a dignified manner after the Pakistani captain had tweeted for Kohli a few days earlier.
Virat Kohli has faced harsh criticism for his inconsistent batting performances. The 33-year-removal olds from the national squad has been demanded by many former Indian cricketers, including Kapil Dev, but Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam responded in a dignified way.
Even though Virat Kohli and Babar Azam have frequently been compared to one another, they are said to get along well. That became pretty clear as Kohli came up with a sophisticated response to Babar’s recent “keep strong” tweet for the Indian talisman.
Following Kohli’s dismissal in the second One-Day International against England with just 16 runs to his name, the Pakistani star turned to Twitter and posted a photo of the two of them along with the statement, “Me and Kohli.” “This too shall pass. Stay strong , #ViratKohli.”
The former Indian captain has now responded to Babar Azam’s touching gesture. On Saturday, Kohli used Twitter to respond to the other user’s remark. He communicated appreciation to Babar for his guidance and desired him luck.
An earlier post from Virat Kohli on Saturday caught the interest of online users. The renowned cricketer posted a picture on social media with an ominous caption during his prolonged slump.
Although he is in the image, it is the words on the wall that have drawn attention.
Perspective pic.twitter.com/yrNZ9NVePf— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) July 16, 2022
According to the most recent rumors, Kohli will make a comeback in the third and final ODI of the current series against England before returning to England and taking a vacation from cricket. Following the completion of the UK trip, the former captain will be rested for the entirety of the West Indies tour.
‘He is way on right now. Want him to break plenty of Kohli’s records but
The game has recently been dominated by a handful of renowned fast bowlers from Pakistan. Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis were a fearsome duo in the post-Imran Khan period until Shoaib Akhtar, a tearaway bowler, took center stage in international cricket. Two decades later, Babar Azam is leading the national team and ruling the batting statistics. The great player eclipsed Virat Kohli last month to hold the record for the longest time as the best T20I player in the globe. For a total of 1,013 days during his reign in the previous decade, Kohli was the top-ranked T20I batter; Babar broke that record with his extended tenure in that position.
A youthful Babar first made an appearance on the global stage in 2016. As of right now, he has scored about 10,000 runs in international cricket. In 40 Tests, 89 ODIs, and 74 T20Is, he has amassed 9979 runs, including 24 centuries and 66 half-centuries.
The “Fab 4” of international cricket had been Virat Kohli, Steve Smith, Joe Root, and Kane Williamson over the previous few years. Due to his reliable batting results in every format, Babar has put his name up for a berth on the elite team. Additionally, it has led to comparisons between the Pakistani skipper and Virat Kohli, who is still one of the best players despite a recent decline in performance.