Ricky Ponting, who won the World Cup twice for Australia under him, has given his opinion on the recent poor form of Indian batsman Virat Kohli. Ponting has revealed what the future holds for star batsman Kohli and what India’s starting lineup should look like during the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup. Kohli was seen struggling to run during this year’s IPL. No international century has been achieved in the past three years. However, Ponting believes Kohli still deserves to stay at the international level.
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In an interview with Sanjana Ganesan at ICC Review, Bunting said that if India drops Kohli from the ICC T20 World Cup due to be held in Australia later this year, it will be difficult for the right-handed batsman to return. Bunting said Kohli still has the potential to make an impact. “I know they have some challenges. It’s a tough time for them. But every great player I’ve seen in this game goes through these stages. Whether it’s a batsman or a bowler. Everyone goes through that stage.
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Ponting believes that if India decides to keep Kohli out of T20 World Cup 2022, it will be difficult for him to return. “If you remove Virat from the T20 World Cup, it will be difficult for him to come back,” he said. Bunting suggested that the selectors find a place for Kohli at the top in India and commit to hitting the champion bat until the T20 World Cup. He said he hopes to show his best form during the knockout stages of the tournament.