India vs England: Sachin Tendulkar on Virat Kohli’s poor form
By Tanushka Gain
on Wed Aug 18 2021
In the last five innings played in England, Indian team captain Virat Kohli scored 44, 13, 0, 42 and 20 runs. Moreover, it has been almost two years since Kohli did not score a century in international cricket. Meanwhile, Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar kept his word in Kohli’s dry spell.
Team India’s dominance in the game’s longest document was a statement of “tremendous victory over England in the second Test at Lord’s. After trailing until the last day in the game, the Indian team turned things around and outfoxed the hospitality team, Which seemed to be a total curb as India beat England by a total of 151 runs to take an overall 1-0 lead in the five-match series.
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Amid India’s scintillating performances in Test cricket, Virat Kohli’s poor form remained one of the major concerns. In the last five innings played in England, Indian skipper Virat Kohli scored 44, 13, 0, 42 and 20. Apart from this, it has been almost two years since Kohli did not score a century in international cricket.
Meanwhile, Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar has his say on Kohli’s dry spell. While interacting with news agency PTI, the batting legend said that form is just a state of mind, with the body working in harmony.
He said, ‘Virat Kohli did not start well. It is the mind that leads to technical mistakes. And if the initiative is not good, you start thinking about too many things. Because the level of anxiety is very high. You over-compensate for your movements. When a batsman is not in good form, you either go too far or don’t move your feet at all. Sachin Tendulkar said that this happens with everyone. As well as working in harmony with the body, form is also your state of mind.