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‘No Match-Up For Virat Kohli’ Mohd Kaif On RCB Batter’s Attacking Intent

Kaif compared Kohli's current form and mindset to that of a monk in deep meditation, unaffected by external distractions.

Edited By : Shashwat Nishant | Updated: May 17, 2024 16:04 IST
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Former Indian cricketer Mohammad Kaif has lauded Virat Kohli, asserting that the Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) opener has attained a level of concentration where no bowling challenge can perturb him. Kohli’s performance in IPL 2024 has been exceptional, showcasing his skill and resolve.

RCB is scheduled to take on Chennai Super Kings in their final blockbuster league match in Bengaluru on Saturday. With the home team still in contention for the playoffs, they must secure a win with a significant margin to surpass their opponents and secure the final top 4 spot based on net run rate.

Mohd Kaif’s Bold Clain For Virat Kohli

Speaking on Star Sports, Kaif compared Kohli’s current form and mindset to that of a monk in deep meditation, unaffected by external distractions.

“When a hermit goes to the Himalayas, he is in a different zone when he is meditating. Nothing distracts him. Whether there is a loud noise, someone shouts or cries, it doesn’t make a difference. Virat Kohli has reached that zone,” Kaif said.

“He is not seeing the scorecard and is just in his zone and concentrating. He knows the intent with which he needs to play no matter which bowler, whether it’s a fast bowler or a spinner, is in front of him. No matter which bowler comes, he has reached a zone where there is no match-up,” the former India batter added.

Kohli leads the charts as the highest run-scorer in IPL 2024, accumulating 661 runs in 13 games at a strike rate of 155.16. Kaif stressed that Kohli is motivated by a determination to guide RCB to victory.

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First published on: May 17, 2024 04:04 PM IST

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