Gavaskar’s vicious jab at Virat Kohli during his interview on the televised strike-rate concerns: “It is solely comprised of singles.”

Triumphant or unsuccessful. The media frequently features Virat Kohli. The IPL 2024 saw Royal Challengers Bengaluru snap a six-game losing record on Thursday, and while Kohli’s fifty-one-ball century from 43 deliveries was highly significant, it also drew criticism of its own.

Last night, at least for the first part of the dafabet, social media was dominated by discussions about Virat Kohli’s “slow” innings. Many, including Sunil Gavaskar, were dissatisfied with the way the former captain of the RCB let up after the Powerplay.

The great Gavaskar, who has consistently been among the first to encourage Kohli, was taken aback to see Virat slow down following a quick start. RCB scored at a respectable clip during the Powerplay to reach 61/1 as Kohli raced away to 32 off his first 18 balls.

After showing his intentions with four boundaries and a six from rummy gold, Virat Kohli’s pace drastically slowed down as he managed to score just 19 runs off his next 25 balls as the field opened up and Rajat Patidar seized control. Gavaskar, the renowned Indian cricket player, was clearly displeased by this and had to vent his annoyance on the broadcast.

Kohli has only been producing singles, singles, and singles. I have [Dinesh] Karthik and [Mahipal] Lomror waiting for you. Now is the time to try and take a few chances. Take a look at Patidar. That over had already seen three sixes from him. He had the option to leave the ball for a wide or take a single. However, Gavaskar went for it because the chance presented itself “during his on-air commentary.

“RCB now needs to take that strategy. Yes, Kohli has made plays but missed them; it’s difficult to make a connection when you’ve been solitary and have only been concentrating on the ones. However, it is what Kohli must try to do. He needs to try the big shots now.”

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