India’s Test team captain Virat Kohli could not score a century in international cricket for the second year in a row. In the second innings of the Boxing Day Test, he returned to the pavilion for 18 runs. His wicket was taken by Marco Jensen. Marco Jensen took 4 wickets in the second innings. He made his debut in the Centurion Test. In the second innings, Virat tried to put a drive on Jenson’s delivery. The ball took the outer edge of his bat and went straight into the gloves of wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock. Virat got out soon after lunch.
Virat Kohli scored his last international century against Bangladesh in 2019. He scored his last Test century in November 2019. At the same time, Kohli scored his last ODI century against West Indies in August 2019. Virat could not score a century even in the year 2020 and this year also he could not end the century drought. This is the first time that Virat Kohli has not been able to score a century in two consecutive years in international cricket. Virat Kohli scored runs during this, he was also seen in good rhythm many times. He could not convert his innings into a century in two years.
Talking about the Test match, India’s second innings was reduced to 174 runs. Chasing the target of 305 runs till the writing of the news, South Africa scored 12 runs for one wicket in their second innings. Earlier, Team India scored 327 runs in the first innings. KL Rahul scored a century in the first innings for India. At the same time, the first innings of South Africa’s team was reduced to 197 runs. Shami took maximum 5 wickets.