Team India’s star batsman Virat Kohli has looked the most impressive in the current T20 World Cup so far. He has become the highest run-scorer in this season’s mega event after just five innings. He has scored 246 runs in 5 matches at an average of 138.98, including 3 half-centuries.

Virat Kohli has revealed what was MS Dhoni’s message to him during the lean patch

Till a few months back, Virat Kohli was out of form, but now he is India’s biggest match winner. He even told about his bad phase, but now he has revealed what was MS Dhoni’s message for him during the lean patch.

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After the tour of England, Virat Kohli was rested. He appeared in the Asia Cup 2022 after a break of almost a month. Virat had told that he has done this for the first time in his career that he has not touched his hands with the bat for almost a month. The result was visible in the Asia Cup, where he scored his first T20I and 71st international century. During the Asia Cup 2022, Virat had also told that when he left the Test captaincy. Only MS Dhoni’s message was received by him.

At the same time, now in a podcast of RCB, Virat Kohli told

“The only person who really approached me was MS Dhoni. For me, it’s such a blessing to know that I can have such a strong bond and relationship with someone who is so senior to me. It’s so much mutual respect. It’s like friendship, and it’s one of the things he mentioned in the same message he sent me. It was, ‘When you’re expected to be strong and seen as a strong person’ So people forget to ask you how are you.”

Virat Kohli further said, “These words set a goal for me and I was like that was it. I have always been seen as someone who is very confident. Very strong mentally, who is someone who is very confident. He can also endure situation and circumstance, find the way and show us the way. Sometimes, what you feel is that at some point, you really need to take a few steps back and understand that It’s what you’re doing and how you’re doing.”