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‘Virat Kohli Sir, you will come back’- Teenage athlete Pooja Bishnoi pens a heart-touching note for Virat Kohli

By Alan

May 10, 2022

Former Bangalore skipper, Virat Kohli has had his worst season in the history of the Indian T20 League. In 12 matches, he has gotten out on a duck on three occasions thus far in the league.

Getting out thrice on a duck in a single edition of the Indian T20 League isn’t what you expect from a player like Virat Kohli. Such has been his form, of late. The former Indian captain has been enduring the worst phase in his cricketing career.

It’s been more than two years since has hit a century in any format in international cricket. In the ongoing edition of the Indian T20 League, he has managed to score 216 runs in 12 matches at a dismal average of 19.65 for Bangalore. He has only one fifty to his name and that too came at a very poor strike rate.

Kohli’s body language on the field doesn’t inspire a lot of confidence and his position in India’s T20 side is also under scrutiny. The fans are pretty disappointed with his performances and also tensed that he might lose his spot in the playing XI ahead of the T20 World Cup 2022, scheduled to be held later this year.

Meanwhile, a teenage popular athlete, Pooja Bishnoi’s Tweet, with regards to Virat Kohli’s poor form, is doing the rounds on social media. Pooja Bishnoi wrote a heart-warming note for Virat Kohli, while expressing confidence in his ability to make a comeback.

“Virat Kohli Sir You Will Be Come Back. You are my role model.” She wrote as the caption in her post. You can see the post here.

For the unversed, teen sensation, Pooja Bishnoi herself is a record holder. He came to prominence after registering an Under-14 World Record at the Sportygo tournament in Delhi. She ran 3 kilometers in just 12.50 minutes. Besides, she also has a gold medal in the 3000m, 1500m and 800 metres.

Right now, she is practicing here to bag a gold medal in Olympics. Notably, Virat Kohli’s foundation is also doing their bit in helping out the athlete. They have been taking care of the travel, training, and nutrition, etc. since 2019.