Virat Kohli has made a comeback in form with a brilliant century in the Asia Cup 2022, while Shahid Afridi has given him amazing advice.

Shahid Afridi gave advice to Virat Kohli regarding retirement, said - out of the team...

Shahid Afridi gave interesting advice to Virat Kohli on retirement

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Even though Team India did not perform well in the Asia Cup 2022, but it definitely got the comfort of Virat Kohli returning to form. Virat Kohli He scored a brilliant century against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup. After 1021 days, Virat Kohli scored a century in international cricket. Virat Kohli scored runs in the Asia Cup at an average of over 90. It is clear that Virat Kohli has returned in color, although in the meantime, former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has given him wonderful advice regarding retirement.

Shahid Afridi’s advice to Virat Kohli

Shahid Afridi advised Virat Kohli that he should say goodbye to cricket while performing well and not leaving the team. In a conversation with Sama TV, Afridi said, ‘The way Virat Kohli has shown the game, he had to face difficulty before making a name. He is a champion player but there comes a time when you are moving towards retirement. But on such an occasion your aim should be to say goodbye with pride.

Shahid Afridi said, ‘The matter should not reach there that you should be dropped from the team. You should retire while doing your best. Very few people are able to take such decisions. This is especially difficult for Asian players. Although I think Virat Kohli will retire with pride.

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Will Virat Kohli leave one format?

Let us tell you that such things are going on continuously that after the T20 World Cup, this veteran player of Team India can take a big decision. According to media reports, talks have started with Virat Kohli about leaving the T20 format. It is also being claimed that Virat Kohli himself is thinking of saying goodbye to a format. Because a lot of cricket is happening right now and Virat Kohli’s body is no longer able to bear the burden of all three formats as before. Now let’s see what decision Virat Kohli takes.

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