Kohli’s bat did not speak in the Test series against Bangladesh
Virat Kohli was dismissed for 1 run in the second innings of the second test.
Kohli scored a century in the third ODI against Bangladesh
new Delhi: The Indian team is playing Test series on Bangladesh tour. In the first Test match, India won a big victory by 188 runs. In the second innings of the second test match, after allotting Bangladesh for 231 runs, the Indian team came out to chase, needing 145 runs to win. But India’s top order collapsed. KL Rahul (2), Shubman Gill (7), Cheteshwar Pujara (6) and Virat Kohli were dismissed after scoring just 1 run. This happened for the second time in this series when Virat Kohli was dismissed for 1 run.
Kohli’s bat is not speaking
In the first Test match against Bangladesh, the Indian team registered a big win by 188 runs. But Virat could not score much runs in both the innings of the match. Virat Kohli could score only 1 run in the first innings. He was dismissed LBW by Taijul Islam. In the second innings, Kohli remained unbeaten after scoring 19 runs. Even in the first innings of the second Test match, he was dismissed after scoring only 24 runs. In the second innings, once again he got out after scoring 1 run.
Mehdi Hasan became a victim of Miraj
Virat Kohli could score only 1 run after playing 22 balls. Mehdi Hasan Miraj made him his victim. Virat Kohli handed the ball directly to Mominul Haque. In the first innings of the second Test too, Mominul took his catch.
Century was scored in the third ODI
After a drought of almost 3 years, Virat Kohli scored his 44th century in ODI cricket. Earlier, he had scored a century against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup T20. In the third ODI against Bangladesh, Virat Kohli scored 113 runs in 91 balls. During this, he hit 11 fours and 2 sixes. After this century, he is seen in bad form.
FIRST PUBLISHED : December 24, 2022, 17:39 IST