IND vs ENG: Virat Kohli responded to criticism by saying: “Kuch to log kahenge, logo ka kaam hai kehna” | IND vs ENG: Virat Kohli’s Appropriate Response to Kl Rahul Criticism, This Song Has Everyone Talking

New Delhi: India beat England 3–2 in the T20 5-game series. In the last match of this series, the Indian team won by 36 points. But in this whole series, Indian star drummer KL Rahul failed. Due to which Rahul has been criticized everywhere. However, Indian captain Virat Kohli has repeatedly defended this great player of his team. Meanwhile, just before the ODI series, Kohli is furious at Rahul’s criticisms.

This time Rahul was saved singing a song

Just before the ODI series, Virat Kohli said in a virtual press conference: “I feel there is absolutely no patience outside of people outside of cricket. People always want to see the player fail. If a player is down, people like him more. But inside the team, we know how to manage people. We will continue to support the player.

Defending Rahul, Kohli (Virat Kohli) resorted to a song from Rajesh Khanna’s movie “Amar Prem” and said that when people talk about a player’s poor form, I only understand one thing. Some will say that the people’s job is to say, let it go, don’t let go of the vain things.

Rahul flopped badly in the T20 series

KL Rahul was badly flopped in the recently concluded T20 series against England. Rahul (Rahul) had a chance in 4 matches of this series, in which he could only score 15 points. In two rounds, he could not even open his account. For the first time in Rahul’s T20 career, such an opportunity came when he flopped so badly in T20 cricket.

Rahul is India’s most trusted player in T20

KL Rahul is India’s most trusted player in T20 cricket. Rahul (Kl Rahul) had the highest runs of the IPL 2020. Rahul scored a total of 1557 points in 49 T20 games. Meanwhile, his strike rate was 142.2. Rahul marked 2 centuries and 12 half-centuries in his career. Rahul also occupies the third position in the international T20 ranking.

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