WATCH: Virat Kohli spotted in Mondrian hotel in Doha ahead of Asia Cup 2022; video goes viral


WATCH: Virat Kohli spotted in Mondrian hotel in Doha ahead of Asia Cup 2022; video goes viral

Virat Kohli

Former India captain Virat Kohli is enjoying his break from cricket and earlier, he was spotted in a Doha hotel called Mondrian in Qatar. Though the reason behind his travel is unknown.

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In the video, Kohli could be seen interacting with the staffs. The official Instagram handle of the hotel shared a video with the caption: “Welcome to the wonderland.”

Watch the video below:

Kohli has been struggling with lean patch and it’ll be interesting to watch him in action in the Asia Cup 2022 which will start on August 27 and in the first match that will start on August 28, India will lock-horns with Pakistan. Kohli has good batting numbers while playing against Pakistan.

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“But nowadays, poor form is followed by breaks from the game”- Aakash Chopra

Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli

As Virat Kohli hasn’t scored a ton since November 2019, his prolonged lean patch has attracted severe criticism to the 33-year-old. Former cricket legends and experts were vocal about dropping him from the playing XI.

Former cricket player Aakash Chopra has now come up with some issues that will work against Kohli in the upcoming tournamants. He opined that Kohli isn’t the player he was three years ago and that bowlers are not fearing his presence in the middle anymore.

“There’s also no hiding from the fact that the bat that worked like a magic wand isn’t obeying his commands anymore. There are more misses than hits. The aura of invincibility has faded and his presence doesn’t instil the same fear in bowlers’ minds as it used to earlier,” Chopra said after praising Kohli.

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“For the longest time, the only way to get back into form for a top player was to play as much cricket as possible, even if it meant playing at a slightly lower level. Everyone went through that drill till about a decade ago. But nowadays, poor form is followed by breaks from the game.

“I’m not an expert and won’t pretend to be one but we really don’t know whether that’s the best approach towards regaining form and/or confidence. Times have changed and ways of dealing with issues like this might have changed too,” Chopra added.

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