“Got out cheaply…”Shivam Dube’s massive take on Virat kohli’s form

Top Indian batsman Virat Kohli is not doing well in the T20 World Cup. The experienced player was dismissed for zero runs against the United States on Wednesday, continuing his bad performance since being moved to open the batting in the big tournament. Kohli made just 1 run against Ireland in India’s first match and was out for 4 runs against Pakistan. In India’s third game, Kohli was out for a golden duck, which is his first in any ICC tournament.

When asked about Kohli’s poor performance, his teammate Shivam Dube was optimistic.

“I can’t comment on Virat Kohli’s form because I’m not him,” Dube said, as reported by PTI.

“He’s had a rough time recently, getting out for low scores a few times, but he’ll bounce back and score big in the next three games. We know his style and how he performs,” Dube said.

Used to playing on flat pitches in India, powerful hitter and all-rounder Shivam Dube admitted that the uneven surfaces for the T20 World Cup games in New York were so confusing that it felt almost like playing a domestic first-class cricket match.

The Chennai Super Kings player got a little better, scoring 31 runs in 35 balls, in the victory against the strong USA team. This win helped India move to the next round of the tournament on Wednesday. The World Cup will now be played only in the West Indies for the next games.

Dube talked about his difficulties in the matches against Ireland and Pakistan, saying, “I was having trouble with my performance and was concentrating on my routine.”

“But here, there was no pressure. All the support staff and coaches backed me and told me, ‘It’s difficult, but you have the ability to hit sixes, so apply it.”

“I’ve never doubted myself for what I’ve done in the past. I just think that these conditions do not demand what I’ve done at CSK. These conditions require a different approach, so I was batting differently today,” he added

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