Virat Kohli ends second year in a row without a single century in international cricket

New DelhiTeam India’s Test captain Virat Kohli’s poor form continues with the bat. This is the first time in his career that skipper Kohli failed to score a century in international cricket for the second year in a row.

On the fourth day of the Ind vs SA Boxing Day Test, skipper Kohli returned to the pavilion after scoring just 18 runs as he was dismissed by Marco Jensen for four 4 wickets in India’s second innings, impressive enough for any young bowler who is trying his best. Playing the first test. ,

In the second innings, Virat tried to play a drive off Jenson but the ball took the outer edge of Virat’s bat and went straight into wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock’s gloves. Virat got out soon after the lunch break.

The last time Virat scored a century in international cricket was against Bangladesh in November 2019. The star batsman scored his last ODI century against West Indies in August 2019.

Virat had failed to score an international century in the year 2020 as well and this year also he failed to end his “drought of the century”. This is the first time that Virat Kohli has not been able to score a century in two consecutive years in international cricket.

In the last two years, Virat Kohli scored runs and appeared in good rhythm at times but could not convert his innings into a century.

Talking about the India-South Africa first Test, India’s second innings was reduced to 174 runs on the fourth day. South Africa now have 305 to chase to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match Test series.

Earlier, Team India had scored 327 runs in its first innings. KL Rahul scored a century in the first innings for India. South Africa were bowled out for 197 in their first innings. Shami took 5 wickets for his team.