Virat Kohli is hopeful that he can recreate his charm on the crease when India faces England in the crucial third ODI on Sunday. Despite performing below par on India's tour to England, the former skipper aims to find stability and break the jinx of not slamming a century since 2019.
Despite the struggles in his playing career, a broad smiled person can be seen in a photo shared by the star on Twitter on Saturday. In the post, Kohli can be seen sitting in front of a painting of two wings and writing that says, "What if I fall... Oh but, my darling, what if you fly."
Along with the photo, the player shared only a single word as a caption -- Perspective.
Some netizens echoed the mental agony faced by the star. However, the majority of people wished him support for the upcoming game.
Kohli, who missed out on the first ODI due to a groin strain, smashed three boundaries against England in the second ODI before getting out by David Willey.
With a T20 World Cup around the corner, Kohli's position in the team has been questioned. However, the batter smashing three boundaries had given a glimmer of hope to the fans.