Asia Cup 2022: Watch - Virat Kohli catches up with Pakistan skipper Babar Azam as Team India land in Dubai
Rohit Sharma-led Indian side has reached United Arab Emirates (UAE) ahead of the Asia Cup 2022 and started their first training session. The former Indian skipper Virat Kohli has also been sweated out in the nets ahead of their first fixture against Pakistan on 28th August, Sunday.
Notably, Moreover, the veteran Indian cricket is making his come back after being rested during the West Indies and Zimbabwe tours.
As everyone knows, Virat Kohli is going through a rough patch in his career and is expected to make his comeback in the riveting fixture against Pakistan. Notably, in his last six outings, the Indian stalwart failed to score a single fifty which clearly shows his struggle with the bat.
In that case, all the fans expect the 33-year-old to make his comeback in the nail-biting encounter against Pakistan which is scheduled to be played on 28th August, Sunday. After reaching UAE, both Pakistan and Indian players met up with each other, including the Afghanistan players as well.
I know how consistent I can be: Virat Kohli
The Indian stalwart Virat Kohli has shared a few words about the tough phase of his career and he wants to learn from that. According to the reports from Hindustan Times, Virat was quoted, "I know where my game stands and you cannot run this far in your international career without having the ability to counter situations and counter conditions and counter different kinds of bowling."
"So, this for me is an easier phase to process, but I don't want to put this phase behind me. I want to learn from it and I want to understand what are the core values that I have as a sportsperson and as a human being.
As long as I'm ticking those boxes, I know there are ups and downs, and when I come out of this phase, I know how consistent I can be. My experiences are sacred to me.
Whatever I have experienced in this phase or in the past, as well one thing that I can vouch for, is that I have never valued myself more as a person," added the 33-year-old.
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