Star batsman Virat Kohli failedVirat Kohli scored an unbeaten 122 against Afghanistan on Thursday (September 8). Kohli has scored centuries in 83 innings and 1020 days in international cricket. Kohli said he learned a lot about cricket after the win as a result of the break. According to Kohli, when he scored 60-70 runs, people considered it a failure.
After a long wait, Virat Kohli finally completed his century. Kohli scored an unbeaten 122 against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup 2022 match on Thursday (September 8). This time, Kohli faced 61 balls and hit 12 fours and six sixes. Kohli scored a century in international cricket after 83 innings and 1020 days. Kohli scored his last international century on 23 November 2019 against Bangladesh in Kolkata.
Virat Kohli’s brilliant century helped India win the match by 101 runs. Kohli said he learned a lot about cricket during the break. Kohli said when he scored 60-70 runs, people considered it a failure. It was pretty disgusting.
Anushka Sharma praised her
Kohli said, ‘First of all, I am grateful for such a day. Learned a lot about myself while away from cricket. Earlier, I talked about a special person who stood by me during these difficult times – Anushka. He was with me in my good and bad times. I continued to receive proper guidance from him. By teaching me to see things in a new light, I returned to relief.
Kohli says. God is my only reason, and I’m not ashamed to admit it. To be honest, I surprised myself by batting at full strength. My 60-70 runs were also considered failures, which was pretty disgusting. Because I said that God gave me good things in the past, I can’t really tell anyone anything. As a result, I am in a position to discuss these issues.
The team put a lot of effort into it: Kohli
Kohli said, ‘I took a break for a while and then started fresh and the atmosphere in the team also contributed to that. The team kept me relaxed and my attitude was right. I was given a lot of advice and suggestions. People would talk to me about what I was doing wrong. At the end of the day as a person you know you are different. People will have their own opinions but they can’t feel what you feel. I am very grateful for that time and needed it to change my perspective.
Such was the bad state of Kohli
Between 70th century and 71st century, Virat Kohli played a total of 72 matches in all three formats. Along with the century, Kohli has scored 2830 runs in 84 innings at an average of 37.73. Virat Kohli has scored 26 half-centuries during this period and now this is the first century. Virat Kohli was caught 9 times in this bad time.
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Virat Kohli is now India’s top scorer in T20 Internationals. In this case, he has left behind Rohit Sharma. Rohit played an innings of 118 against Sri Lanka in Indore in 2017. With this century, Kohli is equal to Ricky Ponting in terms of international centuries and is now behind Sachin Tendulkar.
Most Centuries in International Cricket:
100 Sachin Tendulkar (782 innings)
71 Virat Kohli (522 innings)
71 Ricky Ponting (668 innings)
63 Kumar Sangakkara (666 innings)
62 Jacques Kallis (617 innings)