Harsha Bhogle’s Tweets About Virat Kohli’s Form Has Gone Viral

There was a time when Virat Kohli used to churn out runs with utter ease.

His motor was up and running right from the first ball, creaming the ball through the covers, flicking it nicely

 comfortably through mid-wicket before he’d up the ante with subtleness.

From a time when Virat Kohli barely even got out for single digits, when a century was normal for the talisman batsman 

to now when he has registered two consecutive golden ducks!

Kohli had had an ordinary start to his IPL 2022 season – recording scores of 41*, 12, 5, and 48. The signs of a big knock were there: 

he had looked good, especially in the 48 vs Mumbai Indians. Fans were expecting the 32-year-old, who had stepped down as RCB’s captain 

and India’s captain in the last year, to return to his beast form.

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He didn’t. Instead, it seems to have gotten even worse for ‘King’ Kohli.