The Indian team’s legendary batsman, Virat Kohli, has returned to ‘Virat’ form after a long time. He played a massive innings of 122 runs on 61 balls against Afghanistan in the Asian Cup. At the same time, he scored 276 runs in the Asian Cup. Even after returning to great form, there is discussion about Kohli’s retirement. In fact, former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi had previously advised Virat to retire by staying in a better position in his career. At the same time, after Afridi, former Pakistani fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has told Virat Kohli’s retirement date.
During a live session, this former veteran fast bowler from Pakistan said on Virat’s retirement that former India captain Virat Kohli will retire from the T20 format after the T20 World Cup 2022 which will be held in Australia. Virat may make this decision so that he can hold out for a long time in other formats of cricket. Shoaib said that if I had been in Virat’s place, I would have made the same decision looking to the future.
Virat Kohli is the second leading run scorer in T20 International cricket. Only Rohit Sharma is ahead of him. In his T20 International career, Virat has scored 3,584 runs in 104 matches with a strong 51.94 batting average. During this time his unemployment rate has been 138.37. Kohli has scored 32 fifty-one century in T20I.
Virat Kohli was out of form for a long time, but he came back with a bang in the Asian Cup. He played short innings in the opening matches of the Asian Cup and scored a century on just 53 balls against Afghanistan in the final game of the tournament. After 1020 days, a century was scored at Virat’s bat.