Kohli got Djokovic on his side at a bad time

The importance of the ‘like’ thing is now a lot. Especially in this age of social media. Like literally means ‘like’, but now ‘like’ means to be next to, like also means to show sympathy. A friend’s ‘like’ on social media is therefore very important to people. Even if it is for the sake of society.
Virat Kohli’s form is the most talked about thing in cricket at the moment. It is understood that it has spread far beyond the boundaries of cricket. Or why would Novak Djokovic give ‘like’ to former English cricketer Kevin Pietersen’s post on Instagram for Kohli!

When Djokovic likes a post about Kohli, it’s no longer just social. That becomes sympathy. Djokovic’s ‘like’ on Pietersen’s post as Kohli’s current form, his struggle for that has touched one of the greatest tennis stars in world history.

Everyone has only one question, when will Kohli return to form, when will his previous glimpse be seen. The owner of 70 centuries in international cricket, whose performances even three years ago looked set to break every possible record in cricket after Sachin Tendulkar, is left out because of form, it is heartbreaking.

A few days ago, former England captain Kevin Pietersen gave a message on Instagram expressing his support for Kohli. He tried to encourage and motivate Kohli in that message. He wrote, ‘Dude, you have many innings in your cricket career, which many cricketers could have played. Especially those who don’t have the chance to play anymore. You can be proud of that. Go forward. enjoy life Cricket is not everything anymore. Apart from this, there are many things in your life. You’ll get yourself right back.’

Debapriya Bhattacharya termed the start of talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as a good thing in the current economic situation. He said, whether it is 2 billion or 200 billion dollars and 4.5 billion or 4.5 billion dollars – there is a need to take money from the IMF. This in turn will help stabilize the economy in the medium term and help control inflation. Foreign investors and development partners will gain a kind of confidence. They think that the IMF is keeping Bangladesh under a kind of monitoring and surveillance. He cites the example of crisis-ridden Sri Lanka’s decision not to take IMF money in this context.