Forget Century Kohli Needs To Score 43 Runs In Next Test Match Anyhow

It has been more than two years since former Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli scored his last century in international cricket. One of the best batsmen in modern cricket, Kohli can break a big record for the first time in almost eight years. Kohli is the only batsman in the world to average above 50 in all three formats of cricket (Test, ODI, and Test). But Virat’s recent form has thrown his Test cricket record into disarray.

If the 33-year-old scores less than 43 runs in the second Test against Sri Lanka in Bangalore, his Test average will drop below 50 for the first time in almost six years.

The second Test match of the series between India and Sri Lanka will be played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore, which is the day and night test of the Pink Ball. Virat currently averages 50.35 in Tests. After Virat’s last century in Tests, 638 days have passed.

Kohli scored his last century in a day and night Test against Bangladesh in November 2019 at the historic Eden Gardens Stadium in Kolkata. When Virat hit his 70th international century, his Test batting average was 54.96. Since then, Kohli’s average has been steadily declining. Will Kohli’s run drought cut this night’s Test after the Test of that night?

In the 52nd Test of his career, Virat hit an average of 50 for the first time against England at Wankhede Stadium. He then played an innings of 235 runs in the first innings. In 2019, Kohli achieved a career-best batting average (55.10) in a 254-run innings in the Pune Test against South Africa. But slowly, the huge average is coming down. Virat will want to change that situation in his home ground in IPL.

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