'He May Well Get Three Hundreds': Shivam Dube's Blunt Remark On India Great's Form In T20 WC 2024

Dube has also been struggling in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2024 on the tricky surface of New York as he gathered only three runs from his first two games for India.
He May Well Get Three Hundreds Shivam Dubes Blunt Remark On India Greats Form In T20 WC 2024
Considering the fact that former India skipper Virat Kohli had a terrific IPL 2024 where he collected 741 runs, both fans and cricket pundits would have expected how the T20 World Cup would pan out for the former India skipper.
A lot of people encouraged him to start the proceedings for India while some of them anticipated he would come out as the leading run-getter in the tournament. But then so far in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2024, Virat Kohli has failed to imitate his IPL form which as a result is a massive concern for the Indian team going ahead in the Super Eight stage.
Kohli has played three games for India in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2024 and has scored 1, 4, and 0 against Ireland, Pakistan, and the USA respectively.
But then, the Indian team are relaxed about Kohli’s poor form as disclosed by Shivam Dube's response to a query on the 35-year-old's run so far in the World Cup.
“Who am I to talk about Kohli? If he hasn't got runs in three games, he may well get three hundreds in the next three and there will be no more discussions. We all know his game and how he plays,” he said on Thursday.
Dube has also been struggling in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2024 on the tricky surface of New York as he gathered only three runs from his first two games for India against Ireland and Pakistan respectively. But then, the CSK-based all-rounder made a comeback against the USA, scoring a match-winning 35-ball 31.
"I was struggling with my form and focusing on my process," Dube said.
"But here, there was no pressure. All the support staff and coaches backed me and told me, 'It's difficult, but you have the ability to hit sixes, so apply it.”
"I've never doubted myself for what I've done in the past. I just think that these conditions do not demand what I've done at CSK. These conditions require a different approach, so I was batting differently today," he added.
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