I’ve answered this question a lot of times: ‘Irked’ Rohit Sharma on Virat Kohli’s overseas form

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Rohit Sharma didn’t like being asked about Virat Kohli’s performance in foreign matches. He called these questions “outside noises” that don’t matter to the team.
Former Indian captain Kohli recently ended his five-year period without scoring a century in Test matches played abroad. He achieved this in the second match against the West Indies, which ended in a draw in Port of Spain, Trinidad.
When a person asked if it was a problem that Kohli hasn’t hit many big shots, the Indian captain said the team doesn’t care about what others say.
I have answered this question many times. Everyone was talking about what happened outside, like who scored how many points or took how many wickets. “Those who make such comments don’t understand what goes on behind the scenes,” Rohit stated during a press conference before the first ODI against the West Indies.
“For us, whatever happens internally remains confidential. ” We like that. For us, the most important thing is to win games or competitions, not who is saying what. We don’t care. Our main focus right now is the three ODI matches.
“Discussions that happen internally should remain confidential, and we want to ensure that they do not leave our organization. ” I have said this many times before and will continue to say it in the future, he added.
Kohli recently scored a century in his 500th match representing his country. It was his 76th time scoring a hundred runs for India. He had not scored a hundred runs in an away match since December 2018.
Kohli got out after scoring 76 runs in the first Test in Dominica.

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