IND vs ENG: Virat Kohli, who has lost a century for almost 2 years, is just 63 off this record

Fans have spent nearly two years waiting for Indian captain Virat Kohli’s 71st international century. He scored the last century of his international career at the Eden Gardens against Bangladesh in November 2019. Since then, Virat has played 49 international innings, but remains a century away. This time he performed poorly every time. Virat may be facing the worst phase of his career, but he is soon set to make such a record, which will bring joy to the face of millions of Indian fans.

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We are talking about 23,000 runs in international cricket and Virat Kohli is just 63 off this record. Virat has set a record of 22,937 in 437 matches so far. For India, legends like Rahul Dravid and Sachin Tendulkar have scored more runs in international cricket than they have. There, Sachin’s name is 34,357 while Dravid’s name is 24,208. Apart from these two players, Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene, Australia’s Ricky Ponting and South Africa’s Jack Kallis have scored more than Virat in international cricket.

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Virat wants to end the century’s wait against England

India are currently playing a five-match Test series in England. With two matches in the series so far, Team India has taken a 1-0 lead. The third match of the series will be played at Headingley’s Leeds ground. KL Rahul is the highest run scorer for Team India. Every time Virat runs in the series with a bat, but when it comes to innings of a century or so, the Indian captain lags behind. Virat wants to end a nearly two-year long wait for a century in this match.

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