IPL 2022: Former RCB player said – Virat Kohli, who is struggling with poor form, needs rest

Indian legend Virat Kohli’s poor form continues in IPL 2022. Runs are not coming off the bat of the former RCB captain. Also this season, Kohli has been a victim of golden duck in 2 consecutive matches. In the match against Rajasthan Royals (RR), Kohli changed his batting order to open. But Kohli’s flop show continued and returned to the pavilion after scoring just 9 runs.

RCB Team Management Rest Kohli – RP Singh

Now Virat Kohli Rudra Pratap Singh, who has played for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), has made a big statement on the poor form of. He said that Kohli has achieved many big milestones in cricket. But at present, Kohli’s bat is silent. We have never seen Virat Kohli flop like this. He has always been dominant on the bowler. But at the moment Kohli is struggling with poor form. He further said that Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) should rest Virat Kohli at such times.

The workload on Virat is too much- RP Singh

RP Singh said that the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) team management and Virat Kohli are constantly trying to overcome this, but have not been successful so far. That’s why Virat Kohli needs rest in such a situation. He further said that if Kohli flops again in 1-2 matches like this, then he should think of giving rest. RP said that maybe the workload on Virat is too much, which has affected his performance. 

Virat Kohli came off 10 balls to open the match against Rajasthan Royals (RR). Got out after scoring just 9 runs. Kohli did not look comfortable during his innings. In this match, Rajasthan Royals (RR) bowler famous Krishna dismissed Virat Kohli. Riyan Parag caught Kohli’s catch at short backward point. Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) faced defeat in this match against Rajasthan Royals (RR).

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