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Support pours in for Virat Kohli: Now it's Team India's Director Ravi Shastri
Well, it has become an obvious trend for the supporters of Indian cricket that they expect that their favorite star batsmen will perform every time they go out to bat. So when it comes to the performance of stylish, bold sensational batting star Virat Kohli, the expectations sore sky high.

This is surely a unique bonding for the future leader but we all must realize that it is not possible for one to score big on every crucial occasion.

Before moving forward, lets have a look at the stats of Virat Kohli, which are self explanatory. To begin with, here is the details of centuries scored by him during the Test matches played in Australia in the recent tour. His figures read as 147, 169, 141, and 115. Even in the ODI (where he is being criticized), his batting average is very impressive 51.47 (despite his not so sparkling game play in World Cup).

This vibrant 26-year old right hand aggressive batsman has got to his credit 22 centuries and 33 half centuries. On a number of occasions, he has already proved his captaincy skills.

Perhaps, this is the reason that his former team-mates like Rahul Dravid to Yuvraj Singh have extended their support for him. In this sequence, Ravi Shastri, the director of Indian cricket team have also justified the role of Virat Kohli and rubbished the blame of presence of Anushka Sharma for the failure of Virat Kohli and termed such allegations as "utter nonsense".

Shastri found much to praise in Kohli's revival even after having a disastrous England tour last year. According to an ET report, he emphasized the fact Kohli showed that "it's not the size of the dog in fight that matters. It's the fight in dog that counts".

On a personal note, I adore Virat Kohli's tremendous batting skills and I found him to be a complete modern day cricketer, who has got a perfect foot work, excellent running between the wicket, ability to fast track the score, a large range of perfect shots, apart from being an excellent fielder. With his bold and fearless manner, aggressive approach and given leadership skills, I am sure he will take Indian cricket to the new horizon in the time to come.

Meanwhile, he just requires one and only one favor, fully dedicated unbiased support and liberty to live his personal life.

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