The Former Indian skipper and current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly have taken a deep insight into the tough goings of two Indian greats, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma with their bats. Both batters are finding themselves stuck under the burden of a run drought which has been with them for a long time. Virat Kohli is even struggling with the bat since the year 2019, he has scored his last international century against Bangladesh in the month of November.
In the context of IPL, the form of Rohit and Virat has dipped down miserably even more as compared to international fixtures. Rohit has made 218-runs in 12 games with a mean of 18.16, while Virat is slightly standing better by scoring 236-runs in 13 matches with the figures of 19.70. The remaining half year of 2022 is filled with mega-events like the remaining one test match against England and ICC T20 WC Australia in the month of October. But the first challenge will be to clinch the golden chance of serious victory against England, where the two new leaders will lead their teams. Rohit Sharma from India and newly designated Ben Stokes for England who recently took over the baton from the hands of Joe Root after the horror show of Ashes.
Thus when the BCCI President Sourav Ganguly was asked about the bureau of Rohit and Virat in an interview with Mid-day. He said that “I’m not worried at all about the form of Rohit or Virat. They are too good…real big players. The World Cup is far away and I am quite confident that they will be in top shape much before the tournament”.