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Virat Kohli Opens Up On The Lowest Point Of His Career

The ongoing lockdown due to pandemic coronavirus has had everyone locked in their home. The people across the globe especially the cricketers are using to spend time with their families and also engage on social media platforms with their fans.

Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen is having a good time in this period of self-quarantine. He is using it to interview Indian cricketers on Instagram. India skipper Virat Kohli is the lastest cricketer to get interviewed by Kevin Pietersen on Instagram. They spoke on various topics from Indian Premier League to Kohli’s bowling to how they are spending time during the lockdown.

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Meanwhile, during the candid chat, Virat Kohli opened up on the lowest point of his career. The talismanic run-scorer identified the tour of England in 2014 as the rocking point in his career. only managed 134 runs at 13.34 in the five-match series, which India lost 3-1.

“Lowest point in career was England tour 2014. That was one phase when as a batsman you know you will get out. That was one phase when I knew I will not score runs. Yet, you have to get ready, only to fail. That was lowest point, I promised myself I will never allow this to happen to me again “It happened because I was too selfish, all about myself. Hence, it ate me up, “ he said.

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The legendary England fast bowler James Anderson made Virat Kohli his bunny with his impeccable swing bowling. Anderson got him five times on the tour. Since then, the cricketer from Delhi has hardly hit any low until the last tour of New Zealand where he could only manage one fifty from 11 innings. Kohli will be aiming to hit the strides quickly once these grave times are over.

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