Virat Kohli Century: When Virat Kohli said to Rahul Dravid, I am not happy scoring 40-45 runs
Virat Kohli India’s tremendous batting, he has done wonders with his bat in all formats of cricket. However, he was going through a bad run of form in Test cricket for several months. But in Ahmedabad, he returned to form and played a brilliant inning of 186 runs. Along with this, his century drought which was going on for 3 years also ended. He was also adjudged Player of the Match. Virat Kohli and coach Rahul Dravid had a fun chat after the match. During this, Rahul Dravid enjoyed Virat Kohli and said that as a spectator, I was waiting for a Test century from you for many months. Dravid said that the day has come when we saw another century from Virat Kohli.
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Same, Virat Kohli clearly said that I know that I am playing well. Australian bowlers bowled very well. For me, the Australian players fielded 7-2. So the boundary was not easy. I preferred to rely more on singles and doubles. Along with this, he said that when you do not score a century, then this thing can bother you as a batsman. But I myself am such a person that nothing happens with 40-45 because if I do 40 times, I can make you 150 runs. However, the numbers don’t matter to me. Let us tell you that Virat Kohli has scored his 28th century in Ahmedabad Test. He has 75 centuries to his name in international cricket.
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After being adjudged man of the match, Kohli said, “What I expect from myself as a player is more important for me.” I am not at a place where I can go on the field and prove someone wrong. I also need to justify why I am on the field. I am playing So that’s the only thing I was trying to do. I felt like I was batting pretty well from the first innings in Nagpur. Kohli admitted that he was not able to replicate himself in the Test format, so he had to work harder.