“Lapse Of Concentration” – Sanjay Bangar on the dismissal of Virat Kohli during the 2nd round of the Centurion test

Sanjay Bangar

Former Indian team hitting coach Sanjay Bangar said on Wednesday India’s testing captain Virat Kohli would regret his shooting selection after being poorly sent off for 18 on Matchday 4 of Test 1 between the South Africa and India at Centurion’s SuperSport Park. .

However, Kohli went for a wide delivery from Marco Jansen and but was caught up by Quinton de Kock behind the stumps. And, he was disappointed as he slowly walked back to the locker room as well. However, he was only able to pass 35 in the opening rounds of the current test as well.

Virat Kohli, meanwhile, is going through a difficult phase since he has not managed to score a century for almost 2 years. He finished this year with a score of 536 points in 11 matches, also averaging 28.21.

Virat Kohli will be disappointed with his selection of shots: Sanjay Bangar

Virat Kohli-Aakash Chopra

“He would have been disappointed with his shot selection. To play that first ball shot after lunch, I think there was a lack of focus. Other than that, I can’t imagine anything else, ”said Sanjay Bangar.

“Kohli being constantly drawn into these broad lines. The attack clearly shows that all the bullets were in the 6th, 7th strain line, they weren’t even in the 5th strain line. And this is where Virat Kohli can wear down the bowlers or find a way to get him to bowling. He has to find a way to deal with this, ”he added.

Meanwhile, former South African rhythm pitcher Morne Morkel said Virat Kohli’s plans were the same even in his day.

“I can show you some of the papers that are here, the game plan is exactly the same for Virat Kohli. That has never changed. This is exactly the area where the South Africans are going to target the 5th. , 6th strain and hang it there and wait for Virat to make a mistake ”, Sanjay Bangar concluded.

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