Mohammed Azharuddin Shunned Virat Kohli Haters In His Cryptic Tweet

All eyes are on the big clash between India and Pakistan just three days from now. India and Pakistan will square off for the first time since the T20 World Cup, and although Babar Azam and his squad will want to duplicate what happened at this location in October of last year, Rohit Sharma and the company will be eager to put the matter to rest. Both will play their first match in the Asia Cup 2022 at Dubai International Stadium on Sunday.

While all eyes are on the India vs. Pakistan match, Virat Kohli’s comeback has taken on significance equal to that of the cricketing rivalry between the two teams. Expectations for the former India captain would be high considering that he is returning after a three-week layoff despite his dismal poor performance. Virat’s participation would be crucial if India has to defeat their bitter rivals Pakistan because Kohli has a strong record against them.

As expected, the fight between the two sides has already started on social media. Recently, Waqar Younis’ ‘relief’ comment projected toward Indian batters stirred controversy amongst fans. Similarly, many experts and fans are doubting ‘Run Machine’ Virat Kohli’s ability to come back in form.
Amidst all this former Indian captain Mohammed Azharuddin posted a cryptic tweet directed toward undue expectations and speculations related to Kohli’s batting skills.

He posted on his Twitter handle, “’Out of form’ is a phrase that puts an unprecedented amount of pressure on a player. Let them just go ahead and play with no speculation.”
https://twitter.com/azharflicks/status/1562315382215802881?s=20&t=7-Ln3VvjkhDfvMnWUVLd2Q

Since this would be Kohli’s 100th T20I, the game has great meaning for him personally. Some of Kohli’s greatest innings, including his career-high 183 off 148 balls in the 2012 Asia Cup and his knock of 107 in the 2015 World Cup, have been against Pakistan.

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