Players and coaches talk to the media

Don't know why people questioning my technique - Kohli

After the first day's play in Perth, Virat Kohli says that he will continue to stay positive and learn from the tough experiences in Australia (00:00)

ESPNcricinfo staff

January 13, 2012

Posted by wewanttobatlikesachin on (January 13, 2012, 23:31 GMT)

There is only one thing wrong about Virat Kohli's technique. Virat plays almost every ball on the front foot which is understandable as he would have grown up on low bouncing pitches and against slower bowlers. He can play most balls in ODI cricket as there are a lot less short balls but he struggles at Test level especially in Australia play defending short of a length balls on the front rather than the back foot bringing his downfall.

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