Virat Kohli, the former captain of the Indian national team, is one of the great players of today. Due to Virat Kohli’s continuous brilliant entries and setting new records one after another, he remains in the headlines and that is why he also got the title of Run Machine. In the name of Virat Kohli, there is a record of making 8,000, 9,000, 10,000 and 11,000 runs for the fastest time in world cricket. Apart from this, he has also shown his worth as a captain in all three formats.
However, during Virat Kohli’s cricket career, there were some periods where no runs were scored with his bat or no century innings could be seen. Even during this, Kohli did not accept defeat and made such a comeback, which gave his fans a lot of relief. We are going to talk about his 3 entries of this type.
In the year 2011-12, when the Indian team had to face 4-0 Test series loss on tour of Australia under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, at that time Virat Kohli definitely made headlines with his performance. Kohli had managed to score his first Test century on this tour.
In the Test match played in Adelaide, Australia, Virat Kohli played a brilliant innings of 116 runs, which included 11 fours and one six. Prior to this innings, Kohli was able to play half-century innings just 3 times in 7 Test matches.
The entire world cricket was eagerly awaiting this Virat Kohli century. In the Asian Cup Super-4 match against Afghanistan played in Dubai, Kohli not only scored his first T20 international cricket century, but also ended the wait for his next century since the month of November 2019. Lo did.
During this, Virat Kohli also had to face a lot of criticism for his form. Virat Kohli faced 61 balls during his 122-run unbeaten innings and also hit 6 sixes to go along with 12 fours.
It can also be said that the Border-Gavaskar Trophy is very special for Virat Kohli. In the final match of this Test series, Kohli played a scintillating innings of 186 runs, ending the wait for his 28th Test century since November 2019. The Indian team had managed to take a 91-run lead over the base from the first innings against Australia thanks to brilliant innings from Kohli and Shubman Gill’s 128 runs.