In short overs cricket, Virat Kohli may have put his bad run to an end this year, but he was unable to do the same in tests. In the two-match Test series against Bangladesh, he amassed scores of 1, 19 not out, 24, and 1. Thus, Kohli finished the series with an average of 15. This is his second-worst average ever in a bilateral series of at least two Tests in Asia and his fourth-worst overall.

In the second innings, Kohli was out after being caught at the short leg, endangering India’s pursuit. The former India captain would be dissatisfied, according to Rajkumar Sharma, his boyhood coach, since he had a variety of choices outside the shot he was forced to take.

He added on India News Sports, “A batsman is pretty unhappy once he is out, and Virat Kohli is aggressive by nature. “However, the manner he has been leaving is unacceptable. It’s disappointing to watch a hitter of his caliber struggle against spinners from Bangladesh. He should have shown more intent. ” He could have played a little more freely with the mid-on and mid-off fielders in the circle. He won’t let you play until you unsettle a spinner. You must use an original approach, such as playing a slog sweep or sweeping an outside off ball.”

Following his dismissal, Kohli got into a furious argument with the Bangladesh players, asking their skipper Shakib Al Hasan to reportedly have a serious talk with him over something one of his teammates said while they were celebrating. Sunil Gavaskar, a former captain of India, said that after getting out of the situation, Mohammed Siraj mimicked Litton Das, which may have been the beginning of the problems.

“When Litton Das placed his palm over Siraj’s ear and spoke to him during the first Test, something occurred. Then, he received two balls. I read about it even though I wasn’t there. In imitation of Siraj, Kohli and Siraj similarly tucked their hands behind their ears.

“These things do occur. India was happy to take out Litton Das, one of Bangladesh’s top batsmen. Now that you know, Virat Kohli is the world’s greatest hitter. It is thus difficult to forget that he got his wicket and that he did the deed in the first Test, “stated Gavaskar.