Virat Kohli says his poor form in the ongoing Indian Premier League is teaching him how to mature in cricket. The Royal Challengers Bangalore captain has scored all of 154 runs in 10 IPL matches, way below his amazing standards. Kohli has acknowledged his poor run and says he is just one good innings away from regaining the form he is usually known for.
Speaking in Bangalore after Yuvraj Singh scripted RCB's 16-run win against Delhi Daredevils at Chinnaswamy Stadium, Kohli looked relaxed and unlike his IPL batting, more in control of himself. He even found time for some 'dry' humour to explain his mode of dismissals in the tournament so far.
"I have got out in every possible way in this IPL...the only thing left is hit-wicket," Kohli joked. On Tuesday against Delhi Daredevils, Kohli was run out after scoring 10 off 11 deliveries.