“Virat Kohli will never be Rohit or Suryakumar” Says former Pakistan captain.

“Virat Kohli will never be Rohit Sharma or Suryakumar Yadav,” says former Pakistan captain. Rashid Latif, a former Pakistan captain, has criticized Kohli, saying he is not a “great” T20 player and will never be as good as Rohit Sharma or Suryakumar Yadav.

There has been much speculation about Virat Kohli’s form this year, but the right-handed batter has performed admirably in the ongoing Asia Cup. He scored 35 runs against Pakistan before going on to hit an unbeaten 59-run knock against Hong Kong. Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif, on the other hand, has criticized Kohli, saying he is not a “great” T20 player and will never be as good as Rohit Sharma or Suryakumar Yadav.

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Rashid Latif criticized Kohli: He is not a “great” T20 player

“Virat Kohli has never been a particularly good T20 player. We compare him to Kane Williamson, Joe Root, and Steve Smith, but none of them have been match-winners in T20s. All of these move the game forward by acting as anchors. Virat Kohli is a fantastic one-day international player. He will never be Rohit Sharma or Suryakumar Yadav “‘Game On Hai,’ said Latif on YouTube.

“He performs in the same manner for Royal Challengers Bangalore. MS Dhoni is a unique player in that if he plays 3-4 dot balls, he can also hit 3-4 sixes. He can compensate for the dot balls. Virat Kohli begins hitting after 30-35 balls have been played. Rohit Sharma is the type of player who excels at using the powerplay “He continued.

On Wednesday, Kohli became the player with the highest average in the game’s shortest format. During the ongoing Asia Cup 2022, he accomplished this feat during his team’s Group A match against Hong Kong in Dubai. Kohli had made 59* off 44 balls, with one four and three sixes. Virat has now scored 3,402 runs at an average of 50.77 in 101 T20Is.

He has 31 half-centuries in the format, with a high of 94*. He has a 137.12 strike rate.

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