Virat Kohli is as yet learning as a captain, feels former Australian batsman Simon Katich in front of his team Kolkata Knight Riders' match with the Royal Challengers Bangalore at the Eden Gardens on Friday.
RCB and India captain Kohli has cut a pitiful figure more often in the Indian Premier League (IPL) this season as his group drooped to one annihilation after the other, as of now ending up attached to the base of the table with seven misfortunes from eight excursions. On Monday night, they lost to Mumbai Indians by five wickets.
Arguably a standout amongst the best batsman to have at any point played the game, Kohli has neglected to move his group and Katich, who is the associate mentor of KKR, feels the 30-year old still needs to create as a pioneer.
Kohli will lead the Indian team to the World Cup in somewhat more than a month's time in England and Wales. Katich said while Kohli the batsman cannot be faulted, MS Dhoni's guidance will be the key at the mega event starting May 30.