new Delhi. Former captain of Indian cricket team Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) has not scored a century in international cricket since November 2019. This however does not bother him as he continues to play important innings for India. The Test being played against Sri Lanka in Mohali is the 100th (Virat Kohli 100th Test) match of his cricket career. In this match, Virat got out after scoring 45 runs.
cricket fans in match Virat Kohli Wanted to see him score his 71st international century, but now his wait has increased. During this, Virat said, ‘He is playing well with his heart and mind, if fans are complaining about him not scoring a century, then it is because of his own expectations.’
King Kohli further said, ‘As long as I am batting well and playing well, I do not care at all, people see big records and they talk about a lot of things, I know this fact I’ve been involved in a lot of team partnerships, my approach is very different from everyone else at the moment, so if people aren’t getting to see big scores match after match, it’s probably because of their expectations from me. ‘
Handled the team by sharing 90 runs
Virat may not have been able to score a century in international cricket for more than two years, but half-centuries have been coming out of his bat quite often. If seen in today’s match, India lost the wickets of Rohit Sharma and Mayank Agarwal early. It was Virat Kohli who took over the team with a 90-run partnership with Hanuma Vihari. During his innings of 45 runs, Virat also completed 8 thousand runs in Test cricket.
i don’t care about the record
After the end of the first day’s play, Virat Kohli said, ‘I am performing consistently and so there are more expectations from me. But today 90 runs partnership was more important for us, we lost 2 wickets for 80 runs. So as long as your focus is on the right things, I don’t bother too much about things like milestones or records, these are things that are always out there and will continue to happen, I personally don’t think so. I’m batting well that’s what’s important to me.