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India's former skipper Virat Kohli is going through a lean patch. He is unable to score big runs from the bat and has already got out for 3 golden ducks in IPL 2022. Kohli's bat has stayed relatively quiet in the ongoing edition of the T20 tournament and only has one fifty-plus score on board that also did not come at a dominating strike rate which one has come to associate with him over the years.

Millions of cricket fans are eagerly waiting for the Royal Challengers Bangalore star to bounce back and treat everyone with his swashbuckling knocks. In the latest development, teenage athlete Pooja Bishnoi has shared an emotional note on Twitter expressing her support for the legendary batter.

Bishnoi's letter read: "Virat Kohli, sir, you will come back. I pray to God that Virat, sir, will come back in a form very soon. The whole world wants to see the super innings."

Further, her note mentions that 150 crore Indians and cricket fans worldwide are waiting for Kohli's comeback. She also termed Kohli as a great player and confessed that she had learned enough from the batter. While concluding the note, Bishnoi expressed her love for Kohli's wife, Anushka Sharma, and their daughter Vamika.

Notably, Bishnoi herself has been a record holder as she has achieved an Under-14 World Record at the Sportygo tournament in Delhi by running 3 km in 12.50 minutes. Pooja has also bagged gold medals in the 3,000 meters, 1,500 meters and 800 metres categories. Bishnoi is currently aiming to bag Gold in Olympics, for which Virat Kohli Foundation is helping her out. The foundation has been taking care of her daily expenses of travel, training, nutrition, etc, since 2019.

Speaking of Virat, the former Bangalore skipper has scored just 216 runs in 12 games at an average of 19.64, with 58 being his highest run in the current edition. RCB fans would hope that Kohli finds his missing form just before the business end of the tournament and helps his team not only qualify for the tournament but lift their maiden title.