Virat Kohli scored a century in the Ahmedabad Test against Australia
Delhi Police funny tweet on Virat Kohli’s century
New Delhi. Virat Kohli scored a century in the fourth Test against Australia being played in Ahmedabad. Kohli has scored a century in Test after 3 years. This is the 28th century of Test career and 75th century of International career. Cricket fans were waiting for this century of Kohli for a long time, which was completed in Ahmedabad. The great thing is that Virat Kohli was ill during this innings. Despite this, he batted and took Team India to a strong position. Since then, the former Indian captain is getting congratulations on Twitter.
One of the congratulations received on Twitter for Virat Kohli’s 28th century was posted from the Twitter handle of Delhi Police. It attracted everyone’s attention. Delhi Police wrote in its tweet, Dear Gujarat Police, please don’t book our Delhi boy Virat Kohli for hurting the visiting team. AUS-SOME, match. The tweet was accompanied by a picture of Kohli with the words “Bura na mano, Kohli hain” written on it.
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Kohli completed his century in the Ahmedabad Test on Sunday, taking his innings to 59 off 128 balls. For this he played 241 balls. During this, he scored only 5 fours. Virat Kohli shared a 58-run partnership with Shubman Gill for the third wicket. After this he added 64 with Ravindra Jadeja and then 84 with KS Bharat. After this, Kohli made the biggest partnership of India’s first innings with Akshar Patel. Both added 162 runs for the sixth wicket. However, Virat Kohli could not complete the double century. He got out after scoring 186 runs.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : March 12, 2023, 20:18 IST