When King Kohli was overshadowed by Pakistan alone in the Asian Cup, he played a “Viraat” inning of 183 runs

At the Asia Cup 2023 there will be a match between India and Pakistan on September 2nd. In this match, all eyes will be on King Kohli. In fact, Virat Kohli’s bat speaks loudly every game against Pakistan.

After a long time, the Asia Cup will be held in the ODI format again. The tournament starts on August 30th. At the same time, Team India will play their first game against Pakistan on September 2nd. Ahead of this game, fans reminisce about Kohli’s innings of 183 carries against Pakistan at the 2012 Asian Cup.

11 years ago today, at the 2012 Asian Cup against Pakistan, young King Kohli single-handedly won Team India by a whopping inning of 183 runs. In that game, Pakistan was the first to give Team India a goal of 330 runs.

In that match, played at the Mirpur Stadium in the 2012 Asian Cup, both of Pakistan’s opening games had scored multiple goals. Mohammad Hafeez scored 105 and Nasir Jamshed 112 runs. Both shared a 224-run partnership for the first wicket. After that, Younis Khan’s blistering innings with 52 runs and just 34 balls took the score to over 300. Pakistan had scored 329 runs for 6 wickets in 50 overs.

Team India, looking to pursue Pakistan’s mammoth goal of 330 runs, got off to a very poor start. Gautam Gambhir was trailing by zero in the first round. After that, King Kohli played a game-winning inning with 183 runs, 148 balls and single-handedly won his team. 22 fours shot out of his racket around the ground. At the same time, he also hit a six. India had easily reached the goal of 330 runs by losing just 4 wickets with 13 balls remaining.

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