Muralitharan Talks about Virat Kohli’s Passion and Performance in Cricket

Former Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan has emphasized the importance of Virat Kohli’s aggression in his cricketing performances as India gears up for the 2023 World Cup. Muralitharan believes that Kohli’s passionate and aggressive approach to the game has consistently brought out the best in him.

Murali said

“Even if he isn’t the captain, you will see that he will celebrate (the wicket) more than the bowler. That’s his passion for the game. So once he loses that, he is finished. Until that, many people will be saying he is aggressive. Be yourself. Outside, he is a gentleman, He is quiet, calm and is a nice person.”

While there has been discussion about Kohli’s on-field celebrations and whether they are too exuberant, Muralitharan wants the Indian star to continue wearing his heart on his sleeve. According to Muralitharan, even if Kohli isn’t the captain, he will continue to celebrate wickets passionately because of his deep love for the game. Muralitharan insists that this passion is what makes Kohli the cricketer he is and that he shouldn’t change his attitude.

Muralitharan further stressed that Kohli’s attitude and passion are integral to his performance, and altering them could lead to a drop in his effectiveness on the field. He encourages Kohli to remain true to himself and maintain the same intensity and passion in his game.

“That’s the passion. That’s why he is Kohli and he shouldn’t change that. I always say never change the attitude. He should do what he is doing in the middle otherwise his performance will drop.”

As India approaches the 2023 World Cup, Kohli’s form has been promising. He recently scored a remarkable century against Pakistan in the Asia Cup and has a half-century against Australia in his previous ODI. With Shubman Gill possibly unavailable due to illness, India will rely on the likes of Kohli and Rohit Sharma to provide substantial contributions with the bat against Australia.

India’s World Cup Squad includes Rohit Sharma (captain), Virat Kohli, Shubman Gill, and other talented players, and the team will look to make a strong statement in the tournament. Cricket fans worldwide will be eager to see Kohli’s performance in the upcoming World Cup, hoping that his aggression continues to fuel his remarkable batting prowess.

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Former Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan has emphasized the importance of Virat Kohli's aggression in his cricketing performances as India gears up for the 2023 World Cup. Muralitharan believes that Kohli's passionate and aggressive approach to the game has consistently brought out the best in him.

Murali said

"Even if he isn't the captain, you will see that he will celebrate (the wicket) more than the bowler. That's his passion for the game. So once he loses that, he is finished. Until that, many people will be saying he is aggressive. Be yourself. Outside, he is a gentleman, He is quiet, calm and is a nice person."

While there has been discussion about Kohli's on-field celebrations and whether they are too exuberant, Muralitharan wants the Indian star to continue wearing his heart on his sleeve. According to Muralitharan, even if Kohli isn't the captain, he will continue to celebrate wickets passionately because of his deep love for the game. Muralitharan insists that this passion is what makes Kohli the cricketer he is and that he shouldn't change his attitude.

Muralitharan further stressed that Kohli's attitude and passion are integral to his performance, and altering them could lead to a drop in his effectiveness on the field. He encourages Kohli to remain true to himself and maintain the same intensity and passion in his game.

"That's the passion. That's why he is Kohli and he shouldn't change that. I always say never change the attitude. He should do what he is doing in the middle otherwise his performance will drop."

As India approaches the 2023 World Cup, Kohli's form has been promising. He recently scored a remarkable century against Pakistan in the Asia Cup and has a half-century against Australia in his previous ODI. With Shubman Gill possibly unavailable due to illness, India will rely on the likes of Kohli and Rohit Sharma to provide substantial contributions with the bat against Australia.

India's World Cup Squad includes Rohit Sharma (captain), Virat Kohli, Shubman Gill, and other talented players, and the team will look to make a strong statement in the tournament. Cricket fans worldwide will be eager to see Kohli's performance in the upcoming World Cup, hoping that his aggression continues to fuel his remarkable batting prowess.

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