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Kohli has always performed: Shami backs Virat Kohli, asks RCB batters to step up

Kohli has always performed: Shami backs Virat Kohli, asks RCB batters to step up

IPL 2024: Mohammed Shami backs Virat Kohli after brilliant century vs RR, asks rest of Royal Challengers Bengaluru batters to step up

Virat Kohli made the headlines after his unbeaten century against Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2024. But despite his ton, the ace batter couldn’t help his side clinch a win. Indian pacer Mohammed Shami has gone on to defend Kohli. Shami has claimed that Kohli has always performed for Team India or Royal Challengers Bengaluru.

Shami, currently recovering from his injury has claimed that it is unwise to put the entire RCB’s burden on Kohli’s shoulder. The Indian pacer claimed that the rest of the RCB batters need to step up.

“Kohli has always performed, whether for the Indian team or RCB. But how can RCB put the entire burden on Kohli’s shoulders? The rest of the batters need to step up,” Mohammed Shami told Cricbuzz.

Shami backs Kohli

Virat Kohli is current Orange Cap win as he tops the most runs charts in IPL 2024. Despite the star batter getting runs, RCB as a team has failed. Out of their 5 games, RCB has managed to win just a solitary game.

Shami thus has come in the defence of the former Indian skipper. He claimed that Kohli has always performed well both for the Indian Cricket Team or for RCB. But it is unwise to put the burden of the entire team on his shoulders. Shami further claimed that rest of the RCB batters need to step up and score runs.

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