Virat Kohli’s poor form continues in IPL 2022 as the former Royal Challengers Bangalore captain (RCB) got out on another golde duck in Match 54 vs Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH).
Choosing to bat first after winning the toss in the day game of Sunday double-header, Virat Kohli faced the first ball from J Suchith. It was a nothing delivery, slanting down the leg stump line and came nicely on the bat. Kohli was looking to flick it to on side but could not keep the ball down and ended up giving simple catch to Kane Williamson at mid-wicket.
After this dismissal, Kohli has now got out 7 times in first ten balls this season. He has also completed ten golden ducks in international cricket and IPL.
After he got out, cricket fans started to troll him.
Check out the reactions below:
— Shubham Bhaskar (@S_Bhaskar00) May 8, 2022
Drop @imVkohli from @RCBTweets
He needs to know the value of playing in that 11. Now he’s taking his place for granted
That’s enough matches. play Anuj rawat in place of him..
there’s nothing can be worse than Virat’s batting,
Yes i m his fan.
but that’s enough.
m done now.
— Subham Kumar (@0zeronis) May 8, 2022
— Benafsha Soonawalla (@Benafsha_Soona) May 8, 2022
Ohhhhh ” Ben Stokes “
Unreal consistency of choking by Virat Kohli pic.twitter.com/iLpDvmm49k
— MSDIAN FOREVER (@Akshay_MyName) May 8, 2022
lol. He got out on zero again?
need retirement post before midnight @imVkohli
— Besto Friendo (@BrownTrackitis) May 8, 2022
— rakesh _ (@rakeshvix5) May 8, 2022
Kohli has scored only 216 runs in 12 games so far in IPL 2022 with only one fifty.
This is the worst IPL season for the former India captain and many, including former India head coach Ravi Shastri, believe that Kohli should take a break from game for a while.
“I think it (a break) is ideal for him because he has played non-stop cricket and has captained the side across all formats. It will be wise of him to take a break. Sometimes you have to draw the balance. This year he is already into the tournament (IPL 2022), tomorrow if push comes to shove and you want to prolong your international career and make a mark there for 6-7 years, pull out of the IPL, for all you care,” Shastri said on sports presenter Jatin Sapru’s YouTube channel.