Virat Kohli is one of the pack-leading faces of the current generation of Indian cricket team. Actually, he has engraved a niche of his own in country’s cricket team. This cricketer once again proves himself as he gabled up 18th test century in the 1st ICC test against Sri Lanka in Kolkata on Monday.
In reality, this was Kohli’s 50th international century, 32nd in ODIs and 18th in Tests. This Indian cricketer gets top ranking in both the ODIs and T20s. This well-known cricketer of Indian team moves to the fifth position in the ICC test ranking for batsmen. In fact, he achieves this ranking after the 50th international century in the 1st match of three test series. The cricketer moved up to spot in order to occupy the fifth place.
In fact, he takes the place of David Warner the opener of Australia cricket team. Now, David is slid to the sixth place. Virat Kohli’s last century was also against the team of Sri Lanka during the Galle test in July 2017. The century will do lots to boost the morale of him and also the India batting as they are looking forward to correcting the Kolkata glitches in the second test. This cricketer is the fastest to acquire the 50 hundred in all format of this game.
Kohli’s wicket ensures that Indian cricket team is out of the contest
Actually, everyone knows that Kohli’s wicket ensures that Indian cricket team is out of the contest. Until the cricketer is on the creases, the chances of winning the Indian team are 70 to 80 percent. If individuals look at the chasing ratio of Virat, they found him at the top of the world.
The cricketer was receiving superb fast bowling from Suranga Lakmal in the first inning. Actually, the team of Sri Lanka wants to put the Indian batting under pressure but Kohli knocks 104 scores without losing the wicket and ensures match towards a draw. In fact, he brought century with perfect six over extra cover. He made 104 runs for the country against Sri Lanka in Kolkata test match on Monday. Actually, this 104 runs inning help Virat Kohli breaking into the top 5.
What Other Cricket Team Member Says About Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli describes Mohammad Amir the hardest bowler as he faces in the International cricket. In fact, during the media interaction, both the cricketers Kohli and Mohammad Amir always speak highly of each other. Amir designates this Indian cricketer as the best chaser in the Indian cricket team. He also said that Virat Kohli well pursuits the game and also perform better under pressure.