HomeSPORTSENG vs IND: Rahul Dravid not too worried about Virat Kohli's century...

ENG vs IND: Rahul Dravid not too worried about Virat Kohli’s century drought

Indian team will face England in the final Test of the five-match series that was left incomplete after positive COVID cases in the Indian camp last year. The fifth match will begin from July 1 at the Edgbaston. India head coach Rahul Dravid stated that he is not too much worried about Virat Kohli’s century drought.

He also added that the Kohli doesn’t lack motivation or desire to succeed rather than he has been the victim of his own lofty standards.

Rahul has even reached fifty several times since that innings in Kolkata but hasn’t managed to hit his 71st international century yet.

“He’s an incredibly fit guy, one of the most hard-working I’ve ever come across – his desire, his hunger, his attitude to looking after himself, his preparation,” said Dravid in a virtual press conference.

Also read: Shantanu Maheshwari honoured as ‘Emerging Star Of Cinema’ for Gangubai Kathiawadi at Bollywood Film Journalists Awards

For all the news update subscribe our YouTube channel ‘DNP India’. You can also follow us on FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM and TWITTER.

“Even the way he played the game against Leicester, in the kind of conditions out there, scoring the 50-60 he did. He’s ticking all the right boxes, he’s doing what he needs to do to come out of it.

“As players, you go through these sorts of phases. I don’t think in Virat’s case it’s any lack of motivation. It’s not so much about focussing on those three figures. Even a 70 on a difficult wicket in Cape Town, I thought it was a very good innings, even if it didn’t convert into a three-figure score,” he added.

Dravid also mentioned that more than scoring centuries, India wants Kohli to chip in with match-winning contributions.

Enter Your Email To get daily Newsletter in your inbox

- Advertisement -

Latest Post

Latest News

- Advertisement -