Virat Kohli: Failed with the bat, big innings too far…Is it time to drop Virat Kohli from the Playing-XI?

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This bad patch of Virat Kohli is going on for a long time, no century has come for three years. But now the problem is not about the century, now the problem is that no big innings is coming. According to the need of the team or the situation, which is needed for a strong 50-60-70 runs innings, it is also difficult to come out with the bat of Virat Kohli. In such a situation, the question arises whether Virat Kohli is worthy of getting a place in the playing-11 with this form?

For how long will you get a place in the team with the help of name?

The last time Virat Kohli hit an international century was in the year 2019, after that the period of Corona came. That too is gone now and international cricket has become completely normal, but no century has come out of Virat Kohli’s bat. After all, from the century till now, Virat Kohli has played a total of 75 international innings.

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli’s overall average (including Test, ODI and T20) is around 36. The batsman who is considered to be the greatest player of the current cricket, whose average crosses 50 in every format, his fate is not seen from anyone.

Since December 6, 2019, Virat Kohli has played a total of 65 international matches, he has 2509 runs in his name in 75 innings. Which is the most for any Indian batsman, Virat has scored 24 half-centuries during this period. He has an average of 36.89, he has also been out on 0 8 times. Apart from Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma has scored 4, KL Rahul 5 centuries in this entire tenure.

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