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Second year of Virat’s international century; What’s next? | Sports News

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It has been two years since Virat Kohli scored his last international century. Kohli last touched the triple on November 23, 2019. In the second Test against New Zealand, fans are watching to see if Kohli’s century will end the drought.

King Kohli’s last century came on the second day of the Pink Ball Test against Bangladesh at the legendary Eden Gardens. Kohli has not been able to reach the top three in any format since. Kohli scored 136 runs that day. 27th Test career century. 70th century with all formats. Kohli has averaged 26.80 in Tests after November 23, 2019. He played 12 Test matches during this period. The highest score was 74 in Adelaide. Three times as a duck. That too against England. Kohli has played 15 ODIs and 23 Twenty20 Internationals since November 23, 2019. 649 runs in ODIs. The average is 43.26. 777 runs in T20I. The average is 59.76.

The performance of Kohli, Ponting and Tendulkar after the age of 33 is the best average for Kohli. The barring average is 55.14 for all formats. Tendulkar and Ponting had an average of less than 50 at this time. Before reaching the age of 33, Tendulkar had 74 centuries. Col. 70 centuries. 57 for Ponting. Kohli and his fans are hoping to get rid of the curse of the century drought on Indian soil in the second Test against New Zealand.


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